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" If there ever could be a proper time for mere catch arguments, that time surely is not now. In times like the present men should utter nothing for which they would not willingly be responsible through time and in eternity. "
Journal: 1st-13th Congress . Repr. 14th Congress, 1st Session - 50th ... - Página 26
por United States. Congress. House - 1863
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Airwaves: A Collection of Radio Editorials from the Golden Apple

William O'Shaughnessy - 1999 - 391 páginas
...Lincoln said, "If ever there be a proper time for mere catch arguments, that time is not now. In times like the present, men should utter nothing for which...willingly be responsible through time and in eternity." Both Lindsay and Rockefeller fought for principle. Rockefeller got the garbage off the street. February...
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Contemporary American Speeches

Richard L. Johannesen - 2000 - 294 páginas
..."If there ever could be a proper time for mere catch arguments, that time is surely not now. In times like the present, men should utter nothing for which...would not willingly be responsible through time and eternity." traditional moral compass, yes, but in a manner that is fair and at a pace that is deliberate...
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The Slaveholding Republic: An Account of the United States Government's ...

the late Don E. Fehrenbacher - 2002 - 480 páginas
...black emancipation with as much grace as it could muster. "In times like the present," he reported, "men should utter nothing for which they would not...willingly be responsible through time and in eternity." His following commentary revealed that he did not believe that a mass black migration out of the country...
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The Constitutionalist: Notes on the First Amendment

George Anastaplo - 2005 - 826 páginas
..."If there ever could be a proper time for mere catch arguments, that time surely is not now. In times like the present, men should utter nothing for which...willingly be responsible through time and in eternity."'' These are not judgments that can be determined by rules of law. Rather, the traditions and good sense...
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British and Foreign State Papers

Great Britain. Foreign and Commonwealth Office - 1868
...If there ever could be a proper time for mere catch arguments, that time surely is not now. In times like the present, men should utter nothing for which...through time and in eternity. Is it true, then, that coloured people can displace any more white labour, by being free, than by remaining slaves ? If they...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumen26

William Lonsdale Watkinson, William Theophilus Davison - 1866
...superficial objections with the intense earnestness of a mind persuaded, as he said, that " in times like the present men should utter nothing for which...willingly be responsible through time and in eternity." He apologises for a warmth unusual in papers addressed to the Congress of the nation by the chief magistrate...
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