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People who want to understand democracy should spend less time in the library with Aristotle and more time on the buses and in the subway.
Famous remarks are very seldom quoted correctly.
A dining room table with children's eager hungry faces around it, ceases to be a mere dining room table, and becomes an altar.
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Although the connections are not always obvious, personal change is inseparable from social and political change.
July 23, 1879
February 5, 1948
Simeon Strunsky was a Russian-born Jewish American essayist and editorialist. He is best remembered as a prominent editorialist for the New York Times for more than two decades.
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No Mean City (1944)
Post-impressions: An Irresponsible Chronicle (1914)
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