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1964


“One of the many ways to control a woman is through the power of touch.  Holding a woman’s, or a man’s, hand in a gentle and caressing way says many many things.”
“Truth is not always a pleasant thing.”
“I got news for you about both politics and life.  May I say, the two are exactly the same.  There are no ends, only means.”
“The fires of autumn burn notoriously low.”
“I’d do anything to save my marriage but I just haven’t got the time.”
“Darkness will always help you succeed in making love to me.”
“What matters in our profession, which is really life, is how you do things and how you treat people and what you really feel about them.  It’s not some ideal goal for society or for yourself.”
“Of course, it’s a friendly call.  Listen, if it wasn’t friendly, you probably wouldn’t have even got it.”
“This is exactly the sort of thing I went into politics to stop.  All this business of gossip instead of issues, personality instead of policy.”
“It’s not a question of good manners or bad manners or any particular sort of manner, but having the same manner for all human souls.”
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