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  Respectfully Quoted: A Dictionary of Quotations.  1989.
 
List of Subjects
 
Abolition of slavery
  See Slavery
Action (1 to 14)
  See also Doing
Affluence (15 to 18)
Aged (19 to 26)
Agriculture (27 to 31)
Alamo (32)
Alaska (33)
Alcohol (34 to 38)
Alliance for Progress (39)
Allies (40 to 42)
America (43 to 70)
American people (71 to 88)
  See also People
American Revolution
  See Revolution; Revolutionary war (1775–1783)
Animals (89 to 90)
  See also Cat; Dog
Architecture (91 to 94)
Army
  See Military affairs; Military service; Soldiers
Arts (95 to 98)
Associations (99)
Athenian oath (100)
  
Ballots
  See Elections
Banks and banking (101)
The Beatitudes (102)
Beauty (103 to 104)
Belief (105 to 107)
  See also Democracy; Opinions; Point of view
Bermuda (108)
Best (109 to 112)
  See also Excellence
Betrayal (113 to 114)
Blacklist (115)
Blacks (116 to 119)
  See also Race; Slavery
Blood (120 to 121)
Bohemia (122)
Bombs and bombing (123 to 128)
  See also Vietnam War
Books (129 to 133)
  See also Censorship; Reading; Writers and writing
Brotherhood (134 to 136)
  See also Man
Budget
  See Debt; Economy; Government spending
Business (137 to 147)
  See also Capitalism
  
California (148 to 149)
Campaign funds (150 to 152)
  See also Elections
Campus violence (153 to 157)
  See also Violence
Capitalism (158 to 159)
  See also Business
Capitol building, Washington, D.C. (160 to 162)
Cat (163 to 164)
Catholicism (165 to 166)
Censorship (167 to 171)
  See also Books; Freedom of speech
Certainty (172)
Chance (173 to 174)
Change (175 to 184)
Character (185 to 188)
Chesapeake Bay (189)
Children (190 to 200)
  See also Youth
China (201 to 204)
Choice (205)
Christianity (206 to 207)
  See also God; Jesus Christ
Cigar (208)
Cities (209 to 213)
Citizen participation
  See Government—citizen participation
Citizenship (214 to 217)
Civil rights (218221)
  See also Equality; Human rights
Civil War (1861–1865) (222 to 223)
Civilization (224 to 230)
  See also Society
Clarity (231 to 232)
Cold war (233 to 237)
  See also War; World domination
Colleges and universities (238 to 240)
  See also Campus violence; Education
Committees (241)
Communism (242 to 250)
  See also World domination
Compromise (251 to 257)
Conformity (258)
Congress (259 to 278)
  See also Legislature; Patronage
Congress—House of Representatives (279 to 286)
Congress—Senate (287 to 296)
Congressmen (297 to 307)
Conservation (308 to 313)
  See also Environment
Conservatives (314 to 316)
Constitution of the United States (317 to 341)
  See also Law
Contempt (342)
Country (343 to 352)
  See also America; Nation; Patriotism; Republic
Courage (353 to 356)
Credit (357 to 359)
  See also Debt; Government spending
Criminals (360)
  See also Prisons; Violence
Critics (361 to 362)
  
Death (363 to 378)
  See also Mortality
Debate
  See Oratory
Debt (379 to 388)
  See also Credit; Government spending
Decision (389 to 397)
  See also Solution
Declaration of Independence (392 to 397)
  See also Independence Day
Defeat (398 to 399)
  See also Failure
Defense (400 to 412)
  See also Military affairs; Military service; Soldiers
Democracy (413 to 426)
  See also Belief; Freedom; Government; Liberty; Patriotism
Democratic party (427 to 431)
Destiny (432 to 433)
Devil (434 to 435)
Differences (436)
Diplomacy (437 to 439)
  See also Foreign policy; Statesman
Disarmament (440)
  See also War and peace
Dissent (441 to 445)
  See also Campus violence; Revolution
District of Columbia
  See Washington, D.C.
Dog (446)
Doing (447 to 449)
  See also Action
Doing good (450 to 453)
Doomsday (454 to 456)
Dreams (457 to 466)
Duty (467 to 474)
  
Earth (475 to 478)
  See also Conservation; Environment
Economy (479 to 480)
  See also Credit; Debt; Government spending
Education (481 to 505)
  See also Colleges and universities; Knowledge; Wisdom
Elections (506 to 514)
  See also Voters and voting
Enemies (515 to 520)
Enemies from within (521 to 525)
Energy (526 to 527)
  See also Nuclear energy
England (528 to 536)
English language (537 to 540)
Environment (541 to 545)
  See also Conservation
Epitaphs (546 to 549)
Equality (550 to 554)
  See also Civil rights; Human rights
Error (555)
Europe (556 to 559)
Evil (560 to 566)
Excellence (567 to 569)
  See also Best
Experience (570 to 577)
Experts (578)
Exploration (579)
  See also Space exploration; Westward movement
Extremism (580 to 581)
  
Facts (582 to 585)
Failure (586 to 590)
  See also Success
Faith (591 to 592)
Fame (593 to 594)
Farming
  See Agriculture
Fear (595 to 600)
Flag (601 to 602)
  See also Pledge of Allegiance
Flying (603 to 604)
Fools (605 to 610)
Foreign aid (611 to 612)
Foreign policy (613 to 634)
  See also Diplomacy; Statesman
Forgiveness (635)
Fortune (636 to 638)
Fourth of July
  See Independence Day
Freedom (639 to 659)
Freedom—defense of (660 to 666)
Freedom of religion (667 to 670)
Freedom of speech (671 to 681)
  See also Speaking out
Friendship (682 to 690)
Future (691 to 698)
  See also Past and future
  
God (699 to 705)
  See also Christianity; Prayers
Good
  See Doing good
Government (706 to 759)
  See also Majority; Policy; Politics; Power; State
Government—by the people (760 to 765)
Government—citizen participation (766 to 772)
Government—definition of (773 to 775)
Government—purpose of (776 to 787)
Government—separation of powers (788 to 792)
Government officials (793 to 794)
Government spending (795 to 813)
  See also Debt; Economy
Great Britain
  See England
Greatness (814 to 831)
Greed (832 to 833)
Guilt (834 to 837)
  
Haiti (838)
Happiness (839 to 846)
Harm (847 to 848)
Hate (849 to 850)
  See also Enemies
Health (851)
Heroin (852)
History (853 to 858)
  See also Past and future; Past and present
Home (859 to 861)
Honesty (862)
Hope (863)
Human rights (864 to 867)
  See also Civil rights; Equality; Freedom
  
Idealists (868 to 871)
Ideas (872 to 875)
Idleness (876)
Ignorance (877 to 880)
Immigrants (881 to 884)
Immortality (885 to 887)
Impeachment (888 to 894)
  See also Presidency
Impropriety (895)
Independence
  See Freedom; Revolution
Independence Day (896 to 897)
Individual (898 to 905)
  See also Self
Ingratitude (906)
Injustice (907 to 909)
  See also Justice
Isolationism (910 to 911)
Israel (912 to 914)
Italy (915)
  
Jails
  See Prisons
Jesus Christ (916 to 921)
  See also Christianity
Joy (922 to 923)
Judges (924 to 930)
Judgment (931 to 937)
Judiciary (938 to 944)
Justice (945 to 963)
  See also Injustice
  
Kentucky (964)
Kings (965)
Knowledge (966 to 974)
  See also Education; Thought; Wisdom
  
Labor (975 to 981)
  See also Unemployment; Work
Labor unions (982 to 987)
  See also Strike
Last words (988 to 990)
Law (991 to 1013)
Lawyers (1014 to 1017)
Leadership (1018 to 1025)
League of Nations (1026 to 1027)
Legislators (1028 to 1032)
  See also Congress; Congressmen; Politicians
Legislature (1033 to 1041)
  See also Congress
Liberals (1042 to 1044)
Liberty (1045 to 1081)
  See also Civil rights; Democracy; Freedom; Human rights
Lies (1082 to 1083)
Life (1084 to 1106)
  See also Living
Lincoln, Abraham (1809–1865) (1107 to 1110)
Living (1111 to 1127)
  See also Life
Lobbyists (1128)
Loneliness (1129)
Losing
  See Winning and losing
Love (1130 to 1136)
  
Majority (1137 to 1141)
Man (1142 to 1162)
Marriage (1163 to 1169)
  See also Wives
McCarthyism (1170 to 1171)
Mediocrity (1172)
Memory (1173 to 1175)
Military affairs (1176 to 1185)
  See also Soldiers; War
Military service (1186 to 1193)
  See also Soldiers; War
Mind (1194 to 1198)
Moderation (1199)
Money (1200 to 1209)
Morality (1210 to 1214)
Mortality (1215 to 1224)
  See also Death
Mothers (1225 to 1226)
Motives (1227 to 1231)
Murphy’s Law (1232)
  
Nation (1233 to 1239)
  See also America; Country; Patriotism; Republic
Natural resources
  See Conservation; Earth; Environment
Needs (1240)
New England (1241)
News (1242 to 1243)
Newspapers (1244 to 1250)
  See also Press
Nobility (1251 to 1252)
North Carolina (1253)
Nuclear energy (1254 to 1256)
Nuclear war (1257 to 1259)
  See also Bombs and bombing; War
  
Oath of office (1260)
Obscenity (1261)
  See also Censorship
Opinions (1262 to 1275)
  See also Point of view; Public opinion
Optimism
  See Positive thinking
Oratory (1276 to 1288)
  See also Speaking out
Order (1289 to 1290)
  
Parliament
  See Legislature
Parties, political
  See Democratic party; Political parties; Republican party
Past (1291 to 1293)
  See also History
Past and future (1294 to 1297)
  See also Future; History
Past and present (1298 to 1301)
  See also History
Patriotism (1302 to 1312)
  See also America; Country; Freedom
Patronage (1313 to 1314)
Peace (1315 to 1329)
  See also War and peace
People (1330 to 1347)
  See also American people; Government—by the people
People’s Republic of China
  See China
Perfection (1348 to 1352)
Perseverance (1353 to 1358)
Perverseness (1359)
Plans (1360 to 1362)
Pledge of Allegiance (1363 to 1364)
Point of view (1365 to 1366)
  See also Belief; Opinions
Policy (1367 to 1372)
  See also Foreign policy
Political parties (1373 to 1388)
  See also Democratic party; Republican party
Politicians (1389 to 1408)
  See also Congress; Congressmen; Legislators; Statesman
Politics (1409 to 1432)
  See also Government
Positive thinking (1433 to 1436)
Postal Service (1437 to 1439)
Poverty (1440 to 1442)
Power (1443 to 1458)
Praise (1459 to 1461)
Prayers (1462 to 1480)
Prejudice (1481 to 1484)
Presidency (1485 to 1519)
Press (1520 to 1524)
  See also Newspapers
Prisons (1525 to 1528)
Privacy (1529 to 1531)
Progress (1532 to 1541)
Promise (1542)
Promises (1543 to 1546)
Property (1547 to 1550)
Public affairs (1551 to 1552)
Public opinion (1553 to 1559)
  See also Opinions
Public service (1560 to 1571)
Public speaking
  See Oratory
Publicity (1572 to 1573)
Puritans (1574)
  
Race (1575 to 1580)
  See also Blacks; Slavery
Reading (1581)
  See also Books; Censorship
Reasons (1582)
Reform (1583 to 1585)
Regulation (1586 to 1588)
  See also Government; Law
Relevance (1589)
Representation (1590 to 1592)
  See also Congress; Legislature
Republic (1593 to 1598)
  See also America; Country; Nation
Republican party (1599 to 1602)
Responsibility (1603 to 1611)
Retribution (1612)
Revolution (1613 to 1618)
Revolutionary War (1775–1783) (1619 to 1630)
Rich (1631 to 1633)
Right (1634 to 1637)
Right and wrong (1638 to 1642)
Rights (1643 to 1644)
  See also Civil rights; Equality; Human rights
River (1645)
Rome (1646 to 1648)
Rules (1649)
Running (1650 to 1651)
Russia (1652 to 1658)
  
Sacrifice (1659)
Santa Claus (1660)
Science (1661 to 1665)
Sea (1666 to 1667)
Secrecy (1668 to 1670)
Security (1671 to 1672)
Self (1673 to 1676)
Self-deception (1677)
Self-examination (1678 to 1679)
Self-importance (1680 to 1681)
Self-pity (1682)
Self-respect (1683)
Separation of powers
  See Government—separation of powers
Sex (1684 to 1685)
Shakespeare, William (1564–1616) (1686)
Ships and shipping (1687 to 1689)
Silence (1690 to 1695)
Sincerity (1696)
Sins (1697)
Slavery (1698 to 1706)
  See also Blacks; Race
Sleep (1707)
Smile (1708 to 1709)
Smithsonian Institution (1710)
Socialism (1711 to 1713)
Society (1714 to 1719)
  See also Civilization
Soldiers (1720 to 1734)
  See also Military service; War
Solution (1735 to 1736)
  See also Decision
Soviet Union
  See Russia
Space exploration (1737 to 1744)
Speaking out (1745 to 1749)
  See also Belief; Oratory
Spirit (1750 to 1754)
State (1755 to 1760)
  See also Government
States rights (1761 to 1763)
Statesman (1764 to 1767)
  See also Diplomacy; Foreign policy
Statistics (1768 to 1769)
Statue of Liberty (1770 to 1771)
Strength (1772 to 1774)
Strike (1775 to 1776)
Success (1777 to 1786)
  See also Failure
  
Taxation (1787 to 1798)
Teachers (1799 to 1800)
  See also Colleges and universities; Education
Television (1801 to 1803)
Ten Commandments (1804 to 1805)
Theory (1806)
Thought (1807 to 1808)
  See also Education; Knowledge; Wisdom
Three-mile limit (mile limit to 1809)
Time (1810 to 1817)
Times (1818 to 1822)
Timing (1823 to 1824)
Today (1825)
Treason (1826)
Trust (1827 to 1828)
Truth (1829 to 1839)
Trying (1840 to 1843)
Tyranny (1844 to 1845)
  
Unemployment (1846 to 1847)
  See also Labor; Strike; Work
Union (1848 to 1855)
  See also America; Democracy; Government; Labor unions; Nation; Republic
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
  See Russia
United Nations (1856 to 1858)
Unity (1859 to 1867)
  
Values (1868)
Victory (1869 to 1875)
  See also Winning and losing
Vietnam War (1876 to 1888)
  See also Bombs and bombing; War; War in Asia
Violence (1889 to 1896)
  See also Campus violence
Voters and voting (1897 to 1908)
  See also Elections
  
War (1909 to 1954)
  See also Civil War (1861–1865); Cold war; Military service; Revolutionary War (1775–1783); Vietnam War; World War I (1914–1918); World War II (1939–1945)
War and peace (1955 to 1966)
  See also Peace
War in Asia (1967 to 1968)
  See also Vietnam War
Washington, D.C. (1969 to 1975)
  See also Capitol building, Washington, D.C.
Washington, George (1732–1799) (1976 to 1977)
Water (1978)
Watergate affair (1979 to 1981)
Weather (1982)
Welfare (1983 to 1984)
Westward movement (1985 to 1986)
Winning (1987 to 1990)
  See also Victory
Winning and losing (1991 to 1994)
  See also Defeat
Wisdom (1995 to 2003)
  See also Education; Knowledge; Thought
Wives (2004 to 2009)
  See also Marriage
Women (2010 to 2018)
Words (2019 to 2021)
  See also Last words
Work (2022 to 2032)
  See also Labor; Strike; Unemployment
World (2033 to 2038)
  See also Earth
World domination (2039 to 2045)
  See also Communism
World War I (1914–1918) (2046 to 2049)
World War II (1939–1945) (2050 to 2070)
Worth (2071 to 2073)
Writers and writing (2074 to 2082)
  
Youth (2083 to 2100)
  See also Children

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