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Orwell, George. "As I Please." Tribune, 4 Feb. 1944.

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Orwell, George. "As I Please." The Collected Essays, Journalism And Letters Of George Orwell, vol. 3: As I Please 1943-1945, edited by Sonia Orwell and Ian Angus. David R. Godine, 2004, no 18.

Because it's there.

George Mallory

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Upon being asked why he wanted to climb Mount Everest.

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Mallory, George. "Climbing Mount Everest is Work for Supermen." New York Times, 18 Mar. 1923.

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Field, Marshall. "America's Biggest Taxpayer Is a Merchant Prince of Chicago: Leads Country's Big Taxpayers." The Sunday Herald, 3 Sept. 1905, Women's section, p. 10, col. 2.

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Church, Francis. "Is There a Santa Claus?" The New York Sun, 21 Sept. 1897.

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Church, Francis. Quoted in The Christmas Chronicles, written by Jeff Guinn. Penguin, 2008.

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Adams, John, [published as Novanglus]. "To the Inhabitants of the Colony of Massachusetts-Bay." Boston Gazette, 6 Mar. 1775.

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Adams, John. "Novanglus No. VII, March 6, 1775." John Adams: Revolutionary Writings 1755-1775, edited by Gordon S. Wood. Library of America, 2011.

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Poe, Edgar Allan. "A Dream Within a Dream." The Flag of Our Union, 31 March 1849, I. 10.

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Poe, Edgar Allan. "A Dream Within a Dream." Edgar Allen Poe: Poetry and Tales, edited by Patrick Quinn. Library of America, 1984, l. 10.

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Anthony, Susan B. The Revolution. 15 Jan. 1868.

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Garrison, William Lloyd. Motto of The Liberator. 1831.

Politics is the art of the possible.

Otto von Bismarck

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Von Bismark, Otto. Quoted in "Aus den Erinnerungen eines russischen Publicisten. 2. Ein Stündchen beim Kanzler des norddeutschen Bundes. In: Die Gartenlaube" ["From the memories of a Russian publicist. 2. An hour with the Chancellor of the North German Confederation. In: The Gazebo.] St. Petersburgische Zeitung, 11 Aug. 1867.

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Kissinger, Henry. Quoted in "Foreign Policy: Kissinger at Hub." Written by Hedrick Smith. The New York Times, 19 Jan. 1971.

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Orwell, George. "The Freedom of Press." Times Literary Supplement. News UK, 15 Sept. 1972.

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Poe, Edgar Allan. "The Raven." New York Evening Mirror, 29 Jan. 1845, st. 1.

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Poe, Edgar Allan. "The Raven." Edgar Allan Poe: Poetry and Tales, edited by Patrick F. Quinn. Library of America, 1984, st. 1.

If you remember the 60's, you really weren't there.

Charles Fleischer

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Fleischer, Charles. "If You Remember the 60's, You Really Weren't There." LA Times, 13 June 1982.

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Franklin, Benjamin. "Miscellaneous Observations." Pennsylvania Gazette. 12 Mar. 1732.

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Franklin, Benjamin. "Miscellaneous Observations, 1732." Founders Online, National Archives, founders.archives.gov/documents/Franklin/01-01-02-0091

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Garrison, William Lloyd. "To the Public." The Liberator, 1 Jan. 1831.

Be nice to nerds. You may end up working for them.

Charles J. Sykes

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Sykes, Charles J. San Diego Union-Tribune. 19 Sept. 1996.

At first it was a giant column that soon took the shape of a supramundane mushroom.

William L. Laurence

The New York Times

Reporting on the first detonation of an atomic bomb which occurred in New Mexico on July 16th, 1945.

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Laurence, William L. "Drama of the Atomic Bomb Found Climax in July 16 Test; Drama of the Atomic Bomb Found Climax in New Mexico Test Caravan of Scientists by Night Directions for Observers' Safety Roar Reverberations Over Desert." The New York Times, 26 Sept. 1945.

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Lebowitz, Fran. "The Impact of AIDS on the Artistic Community." The New York Times, 13 Sept. 1987.

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Laurence, William L. "Drama of the Atomic Bomb Found Climax in July 16 Test; Drama of the Atomic Bomb Found Climax in New Mexico Test Caravan of Scientists by Night Directions for Observers' Safety Roar Reverberations Over Desert." The New York Times, 26 Sept. 1945.

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Dickinson, Emily. "The May-Wine." Springfield Daily Republican, 4 May 1861, I. 5.

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Dickinson, Emily. "I taste a liquor never brewed." Emily Dickinson’s Poems: As She Preserved Them, edited by Cristanne Miller. Belknap Press, 2016, I. 5.