44. Moral outrage is the most powerful motivating force in politics.
Morton C. Blackwell (1939 -)
Source: Morton C. Blackwell in “Laws of Politics”
Contributed by: Zaady
45. Pray as if it all depended on God; work as if it all depended on you.
32. A prompt, generous letter of thanks can seal a commitment which otherwise might disappear when the going gets rough.
39. Winners aren't perfect. They made fewer mistakes than their rivals.
40. One big reason is better than many little reasons.
41. In moments of crisis, the initiative passes to those who are best prepared.
42. Politics is of the heart as well as of the mind. Many people don't care how much you know until they know how much you care.
43. Promptly report your action to the one who requested it.
30. Better a snake in the grass than a viper in your bosom.
31. Don't fully trust anyone until he has stuck with a good cause which he saw was losing.
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