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Quote from Gerald W. Johnson,


"We are reluctant to admit that we owe our liberties
to men of a type that today we hate and fear --
unruly men, disturbers of the peace, men who resent and denounce
what Whitman called 'the insolence of elected persons' -- in a word, free men."


By:

Gerald W. Johnson (more quotes by Gerald W. Johnson or books by/about Gerald W. Johnson)


(1890-1980)

Source:

American Freedom and the Press, 1958

Categories:

America, Disobedience, Dissent, Election, Fear, Freedom, Independence, Individualist, Liberty, Peace, Protest, Resistance

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