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According to Google Books the book "Respectfully Quoted: A Dictionary of Quotations" edited by Suzy Platt says that this came from a letter to S Stanwood Menken in 1917 and was read by Roosevelt's sister to a national meeting that same year. Sounds legit.


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What he (probably) meant by it (who can say for sure now?) is that of all the possible means a government has to control and influence it's people, the issueing of money is the most powerful one. Even more powerful than law. By creating new money, the government can decrease the value of the existing money in circulation, thereby lowering the buying power ...


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It is pretty hard to prove a negative in the social sciences (consider how many people still believe the The Protocols of the Elders of Zion hoax!) but I would bet that Brzezinski never said anything like that - this is an extremely stupid thing to say, and I don't think he is that stupid. The "New world order" was the expression used by Bush-1 to describe ...


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Supposedly in 1999, Brzezinski was made an "honorary citizen of Lviv". This article talks about the event and the following was found: Впрочем, спустя пару лет, в 1999 году, в выступлении по случаю присвоения ему «почетного гражданина Львова», Бжезинский, ничего и никого не стесняясь, открыто заявит: «Украина для нас — это форпост Запада. Новый мировой ...


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@YannisRizos answered the question. It is not known what he said, but the result was that the Roman masses became very angry with Caesar's murderers, burnt down their houses and made them flee from he city. Livius Appian's transcript of Mark Anthony's funeral oration, suggests that Shakespeare wrote for the stage, not for historical accuracy (although ...



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