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  • We have entered an age in which education is not just a luxury permitting some men an advantage over others. It has become a necessity without which a person is defenseless in this complex, industrialized society. We have truly entered the century of the educated man.
  • I will do my best. That is all I can do. I ask for your help - and God's.
  • The CIA is made up of boys whose families sent them to Princeton but wouldn't let them into the family brokerage business.
  • Our most tragic error may have been our inability to establish a rapport and a confidence with the press and television with the communication media. I don't think the press has understood me.
  • Education is not a problem. Education is an opportunity.
  • Until justice is blind to color, until education is unaware of race, until opportunity is unconcerned with the color of men's skins, emancipation will be a proclamation but not a fact.
  • The guns and the bombs, the rockets and the warships, are all symbols of human failure.
  • Our society is illuminated by the spiritual insights of the Hebrew prophets. America and Israel have a common love of human freedom, and they have a common faith in a democratic way of life.
  • The separation of church and state is a source of strength, but the conscience of our nation does not call for separation between men of state and faith in the Supreme Being.
  • I'd rather give my life than be afraid to give it.
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