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The bank - the monster has to have profits all the time. It can't wait. It'll die. No, taxes go on. When the monster stops growing, it dies. It can't stay one size.
Don't you love Jesus?' Well, I thought an' I thought an' finally I says, 'No, I don't know nobody name' Jesus. I know a bunch of stories, but I only love people.
You got a God. Don't make no difference if you don' know what he looks like.
Death was a friend, and sleep was Death's brother.
And the great owners, who had become through the might of their holdings both more and less than men
We're sorry. It's not us. It's the monster. The bank isn't a man. The bank isn't like a man.Yes, but the bank is only made of men.
They had long ago found out that one could not be an owner unless one were cold.
He stopped, feeling lonely in his long speech.
The last clear definite function of men—muscles aching to work, minds aching to create beyond the single need—this is man.
Well, we all got to make a livin'.""Yeah, " Tom said. "On'y I wisht they was some way to make her 'thout takin' her away from somebody else.
Muscles aching to work, minds aching to create - this is man.
It was her habit to build up laughter out of inadequate materials.
If you're in trouble, or hurt or need - go to the poor people. They're the only ones that'll help - the only ones.
I ain't never done nothin' that wasn't part sin.
And the little screaming fact that sounds through all history: repression works only to strengthen and knit the repressed.
We still go where we want, even if we got to crawl for the right.' - Tom Joad (Jr.)
I wanta buy stuff. Stuff I don't need... Stuff settin' out there, you jus' feel like buyin' it whether you need it or not.-Uncle John
Her face looked for the answer that is always concealed in language.
An' I got to thinkin', on'y it wasn't thinkin', it was deeper down than thinkin'.
They got to live before they can afford to die.
It gives a fella relief to tell, but it jus' spreads out his sin.
The fields were fruitful, and starving men moved on the roads.
...and the break would never come as long as fear can turn to wrath.
It ain't kin we? It's will we?
Jus' live the day. Don' worry yaself.
I climb fences when i got fences to climb.
Look out for luck. You can't trus' luck.
Got a lot of sinful idears--but they seem kinda sensible.