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Colum McCann, TransAtlantic Quotes: "The true nature of a democracy is its ability to say yes when even the powerful say no"

The true nature of a democracy is its ability to say yes when even the powerful say no




Colum McCann, TransAtlantic Quotes: "We seldom know what echo our actions will find, but our stories will most certainly outlast us."

We seldom know what echo our actions will find, but our stories will most certainly outlast us.



Colum McCann, TransAtlantic Quotes: "The world does not turn without moments of grace. Who cares how small."

The world does not turn without moments of grace. Who cares how small.



Colum McCann, TransAtlantic Quotes: "It was as if they wanted to take their older bodies and put their younger hearts inside."

It was as if they wanted to take their older bodies and put their younger hearts inside.




Colum McCann, TransAtlantic Quotes: "She expected no judgement and wanted no pity."

She expected no judgement and wanted no pity.



Colum McCann, TransAtlantic Quotes: "An optimist is a braver cynic."

An optimist is a braver cynic.



Colum McCann, TransAtlantic Quotes: "His body, his mind, his soul, had, for years, served only for the profit of others. He had his own people to whom he was pledged. Three million. They were the currency of his freedom."

His body, his mind, his soul, had, for years, served only for the profit of others. He had his own people to whom he was pledged. Three million. They were the currency of his freedom.




Colum McCann, TransAtlantic Quotes: "The luxury of age was the giving up of vanity."

The luxury of age was the giving up of vanity.