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    The people may safely be trusted to hear everything true and false, and to form a correct judgment,--Thomas Jefferson, American president

    人民是完全可以信赖的,应该让他们听到一切真实和虚伪的东西,然后作出正确的判断。美国总统杰斐逊

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    Were it fall to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers of newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.--Thomas Jefferson, American president

    倘使让我来决定,我们应该是有一个政府而不要报纸呢,还是应该有报纸而不要政府,我会毫不犹豫选择后者。美国总统杰斐逊

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    A man may build himself a throne of bayonets, but he cannot sit on it.--William Ralphlnge, British churchman

    一个人可以为自己支撑起一座刺刀宝座,但是他却无法坐上去。英国牧师英格

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    A nation reveals itself not only by the men it produces but also by the men it honors, the men it remembers.--John , F.Kennedy, American president

    一个民族不仅通过它所造就的人,也通过它给予荣誉的人和它所铭记的人展示自己。美国总统肯尼迪

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    A politician is a man who understands government, and it takes a politician to run a government. A statesman is a politician who’s been dead ten or fifteen years.--H.S.Turman, American president

    政客是政府的人,管理政府需要政客,政治家是已死去十至十五年的政客。美国总统杜鲁门

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    A powerful idea commissions some of its strength to him who challenges it.--Marcle Proust, French writer

    权威的思想将它的某些力量赋予敢于向它挑战的人。法国作家普鲁斯特

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    A state which dwarfs its men ,in order that they may be more docile instruments in its hands even for beneficial purposes will find that with small men no great thing can really be accomplished.--John Stuart Mill, British economist

    一个政府压制它的人民,以使他们成为自己手中的驯服工具--即便是为了正当的目的--它也会发现,靠受压制的人是不可能真正成就什么大事的。英国经济学家穆勒

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    All great truths begin as blasphemies.--George Bernard Shaw, British dramatist

    所有伟大的真理开始都离经叛道。英国剧作家肖伯纳

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    All is not lost that is in danger.--Anonymous.

    多难兴邦。无名氏

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    All politics are based on the indifference of the majority.--James Reston, American editor

    一切政治都是建筑在绝大多数的人冷漠的基础上的。美国编辑赖斯顿。

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    Ambition, in a private man a vice, is in a prince, a virtue.--Philip Massinger, British dramatist

    野心,在平民身上是罪孽,在帝王身上却是美德。英国剧作家马辛格

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    Assassination is the extreme form of censorship.--Gegorge Bernard Shaw, British dramatist

    暗杀是检查制度的极端形式。英国剧作家肖伯纳

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    Democracy means not “I am as good as you are ”but you are as good as I am.--Theodore Parker, American theologian

    民主的含义不是“我和你一样好”,而是“你和我一样好”。美国神学家帕克。

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    Destiny: A tyrant’s authority for crime, and a fool’s excuse for failure.--Ambrose Bierce, American writer

    命运:暴君施虐的权利,傻瓜失败的借口。美国作家比尔斯

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    Everyone is born king, and most people die in exile.--Oscar Wilde, British dramatist

    每个人生下来都是王,而大多数人却在放逐中死去。英国剧作家王尔德

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    Great men are the guide posts and landmarks in the state; are they who see that spiritual is stronger than any material force, that thoughts rule the world.--Jimmy Ellis, American boxer

    伟人是一国的路标与界石;是那些认识到精神力量大于任何物质力量,用思想统治世界的人。美国拳击运动员埃利斯

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    I will not accept if nominated, and will serve if selected.--William Sherman, American general

    如果被任命,我不愿接受,但是如果被选上,将效力。美国将军舍曼

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    If democracy is to survive, it is the task of men of thoughts, as well as men of action, to put aside pride and prejudice; and with courage and single-minded devotion----to find the truth and teach the truth that shall keep men free.--Franklin Roosevelt

    傲慢与偏见;他们要有勇气,有全心全意的献身精神,最重要的是要有谦虚精神,去寻求与传播那使人民永保自由的真理。美国总统罗斯福。

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    If national pride is ever justifiable or excusable it is when it springs, not from power or riches, grandeur of glory, but from conviction of notational innocence, information, and benevolence.--John Adams, American president

    如果说民族自豪感历来无可非议和情有可原,那么,这种自豪感必定不是来自权势和财富,不是来自豪华和荣耀。而且来自坚信民族的纯真、见识和仁爱。美国总统亚当斯

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    It is a strange desire to seek power and to lose liberty, or to seek power over others and to lose power over a man’s self.--Francis Bacon, British Philosopher

    为追求权力而失去自由,为追求统治别人的权力而失去自身的权力,这是一种不可思议的欲望。英国哲学家培根

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