Clarence Darrow

1857 - 1938

A Quote by Clarence Seward Darrow on existence, faults, humanity, men, and trade

With all their faults, trade-unions have done more for humanity than any other organization of men that ever existed.

Clarence Darrow (1857 - 1938)

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A Quote by Clarence Seward Darrow on injustice and patriotism

True patriotism hates injustice in its own land more than anywhere else.

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A Quote by Clarence Seward Darrow on life

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None meet life honestly and few heroically.

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A Quote by Clarence Seward Darrow on books, day, and hope

Some day I hope to write a book where the royalties will pay for the copies I give away.

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A Quote by Clarence Seward Darrow on justice

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There is no such thing as justice - in or out of court.

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A Quote by Clarence Seward Darrow on beginning, belief, and presidency

When I was a boy I was told that anybody could become President; I beginning to believe it.

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Source: Albert W. Daw Collection

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A Quote by Clarence Seward Darrow on truth

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The pursuit of truth shall set you free - even if you never catch up with it.

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A Quote by Clarence Seward Darrow on belief, injustice, past, present, and world

The objector and the rebel who raises his voice against what he believes to be the injustice of the present and the wrongs of the past is the one who hunches the world along.

Clarence Darrow (1857 - 1938)

Source: Speech, March 14, 1902

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A Quote by Clarence Seward Darrow on children, life, and parenthood

Oh Life: The first half is ruined by your parents, and the second half is ruined by your kids.

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A Quote by Clarence Seward Darrow on hope, reform, and world

At twenty a man is full of fight and hope. He wants to reform the world. When he is seventy he still wants to reform the world, but he know he can't.

Clarence Darrow (1857 - 1938)

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