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George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "He was one of the fortunate few for whom there simply was no discernible line between work and play, between creation and recreation."

He was one of the fortunate few for whom there simply was no discernible line between work and play, between creation and recreation.




George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "In war the moral is to the material as three to one. Napoleon"

In war the moral is to the material as three to one. Napoleon



George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "The United States is a successful nation that is constantly susceptible to melancholy because things are not perfect."

The United States is a successful nation that is constantly susceptible to melancholy because things are not perfect.



George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "There is no hatred as corrupting as intellectual hatred."

There is no hatred as corrupting as intellectual hatred.




George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "Our hatred of government is not caused mainly by government's goals, whatever their wisdom, but by government's techniques." Philip Howard"

Our hatred of government is not caused mainly by government's goals, whatever their wisdom, but by government's techniques." Philip Howard



George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "Law, rather than harnessing the passions, is increasingly pressed into their service."

Law, rather than harnessing the passions, is increasingly pressed into their service.



George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "Washington DC is happiest when in indignation overdrive."

Washington DC is happiest when in indignation overdrive.




George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "There is nothing quite like a dose of unvarnished history for inoculating people against the tendency to indict the present for failing to measure up to a sentimental notion of the past."

There is nothing quite like a dose of unvarnished history for inoculating people against the tendency to indict the present for failing to measure up to a sentimental notion of the past.



George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "Talk about presidents "taking" the country hither and yon is part of the foam of presidential elections."

Talk about presidents "taking" the country hither and yon is part of the foam of presidential elections.



George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "Who teaches young people to be so exquisitely sensitive to perceived slights, so ready to read affronts into routine events in everyday life? Their teachers no doubt."

Who teaches young people to be so exquisitely sensitive to perceived slights, so ready to read affronts into routine events in everyday life? Their teachers no doubt.



George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "There may be arrogance – and the laziness of someone who is indefatigable when doing what he enjoys, but only when doing that."

There may be arrogance – and the laziness of someone who is indefatigable when doing what he enjoys, but only when doing that.



George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "People who have nothing much in mind for next week speak instead about the next century or millennium."

People who have nothing much in mind for next week speak instead about the next century or millennium.




George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "Economics has accurately been called the science of the single instance."

Economics has accurately been called the science of the single instance.





George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "Time was when much of lawyering consisted (according to turn-of-the-century lawyer and statesman Elihu Root) in "telling would-be clients that they are damned fool's, and should stop."

Time was when much of lawyering consisted (according to turn-of-the-century lawyer and statesman Elihu Root) in "telling would-be clients that they are damned fool's, and should stop.



George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "Liberalism is not fond of fun, or at least of many forms of fun that many people like."

Liberalism is not fond of fun, or at least of many forms of fun that many people like.



George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "In Gladstone's mature years he lost faith not in God but in the ability of any government or state to act as the agent of God."

In Gladstone's mature years he lost faith not in God but in the ability of any government or state to act as the agent of God.




George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "Politics is always driven by competing worries."

Politics is always driven by competing worries.



George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "From visible habits we make inferences as to the invisible attributes of the soul. Therefore, statecraft is soulcraft."

From visible habits we make inferences as to the invisible attributes of the soul. Therefore, statecraft is soulcraft.



George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "In this age of 'whatever, ' Americans are becoming slaves to the new tyranny of nonchalance. " James Morris"

In this age of 'whatever, ' Americans are becoming slaves to the new tyranny of nonchalance. " James Morris



George F. Will, The Woven Figure: Conservatism And America's Fabric Quotes: "Lacking an articulable defense of the cultural values under siege, he became a vessel of smoldering animosities."

Lacking an articulable defense of the cultural values under siege, he became a vessel of smoldering animosities.