Sinclair Lewis Quote

What I fight in Zenith is the standardization of thought, and, of course, the traditions of competition. The real villains of the piece are the clean, kind, industrious Family Men who use every known brand of trickery and cruelty to insure the prosperity of their cubs. The worst thing about these fellows is that they're so good and, in their work at least, so intelligent. You can't hate them properly, and yet their standardized minds are the enemy.


Babbitt (1922)

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What I fight in Zenith is the standardization of thought, and, of course, the traditions of competition. The real villains of the piece are the...

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What I fight in Zenith is the standardization of thought, and, of course, the traditions of competition. The real villains of the piece are the...

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What I fight in Zenith is the standardization of thought, and, of course, the traditions of competition. The real villains of the piece are the...

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What I fight in Zenith is the standardization of thought, and, of course, the traditions of competition. The real villains of the piece are the...