Richard M. Nixon Quote

Richard M. Nixon

"If we take the route of the permanent handout, the American character will itself be impoverished." Richard M. Nixon
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Francis Bacon
Birth: 1561-01-22 Death: 1626-04-09

"Fame is like a river, that beareth up things light and swollen, and drowns things weighty and solid"

A key figure in the Renaissance, Sir Francis Bacon was a noted philosopher, author and statesman whose promotion of active science greatly affected the English-speaking world. Bacon was a productive writer, even though his aspirations were political. His many essays, 58 in fact, were aphorisms on political behavior. He published his "The Advancement of Learning" in 1605 in the hopes of getting King James to support the sciences. Bacon's later years were spent writing four major works: "History of Henry VII", "De Autmentis Scientarium", "The New Atlantis" and"Sylva Sylvarum". He died in…



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