[How, Then,' I Hear You Ask, 'shall I Attain My End, Whether It Be Christian Love, Socialism, Or American Democracy?' Your Christian Love And Your Socialism And Your American Democracy Are What You Do Each Day, Your Manner Of Thinking Each Hour, Of Embracing Your Life Companion And Loving Your Child; They Are Your Attitude Of Social Responsibility Towards Your Work, And Your Determination Not To Become Like The Crushers Of Life You So Hate.]

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Quotes About Not Fulfilling Potential

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Quotes About Mungo

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