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Computers Keep the Courts Active, Sydney Morning Herald, April 11, 1988, 20, https://goo.gl/zxSf74.


The Television Program Transcripts: PartIII, companion website for 1996 PBS television program Triumph of the Nerds, accessed March 6, 2013, http://www.pbs.org/nerds/part3.html.


Carrie Rickey, Arnolds Mission: Keeping Vanessa Williams Alive, Philadelphia Inquirer, June 21, 1996, 3.


W.H.Davenport Adams, Imitators and Plagiarists, In Two Parts PartII, Gentlemans Magazine, June 1892, 62728, https://goo.gl/WqSo1N.


T.S.Eliot, The Sacred Wood: Essays on Poetry and Criticism (London: Methuen, 1920), 114. Accessed in Internet Archive, https://archive.org/stream/sacredwoodessaysooeliorich#page /114/mode/2up.


Harvey Breit, Readers Choice, Atlantic Monthly, October 1949, 7678.


Marvin Magalaner, Time of Apprenticeship: The Fiction of Young James Joyce (New York: Abelard-Schuman, 1959), 34.


Robert Benton and Gloria Steinem, The Student Prince: Or How to Seize Power Through an Undergraduate, Esquire, September 1962, 85.


Peter Yates, Twentieth Century Music: Its Evolution from the End of the Harmonic Era into the Present Era of Sound (New York: Pantheon, 1967), 41.


Darwin Reid Payne, Design for the Stage: First Steps (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1974), 236.


Brendan Gill, Here at The New Yorker (New York: Random House, 1975), 53.


Laurence J.Peter, Peters Quotations: Ideas for Our Time (New York: William Morrow, 1977), 385.


Leslie Lamport, LaTeX: A Document Preparation System (Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1986), 7, footnote 2.


Mario Puzo, The Godfather (New York: G.P.Putnams Sons, 1969), 9 (epigraph). Verified in hard copy.


HonoreRevue de Paris 12 (1834): 258. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/EcNnGU.


Com'edie Humaine, ed. George Saintsbury, trans. Ellen Marriage (London: J.M.Dent, 1896), 124. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/5ytwfX.


Honor'e de Balzac, La Com'edie Humaine of Honor'e de Balzac, trans. Katharine Prescott Wormeley, standard Wormeley ed. (Boston: Hardy, Prat, 1900), 142. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/S5ZUes.


Conan Doyles Yarn, News and Courier (Charleston, SC), May 18, 1912, 8. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Walshs Philosophy, Economist, March 13, 1915, 449. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/4PMemq.


Samuel Merwin, The Gold One, Lexington Herald (Lexington, KY), April 16, 1922, 9. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


James Henry Yoxall, Live and Learn (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1925), 111. Accessed in the digital collection of the Bodleian Library, Oxford University, http://goo.gl/RG3csQ.


C.Wright Mills, The Power Elite (New York: Oxford University Press, 1956), 95. Verified in hard copy.


Daniel Bell, The Power Elite Reconsidered, American Journal of Sociology 64, no. 3 (November 1958): 23839. Accessed in JSTOR.


Jane Bryant Quinn, Staying Ahead: Fathers of Country Also Good Hustlers, Seattle Daily Times, September 22, 1976, A19. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Fred R.Shapiro, The Yale Book of Quotations (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006), 42. Verified in hard copy.


[Freestanding quotation], Readers Digest, September 1940, 84. Verified in hard copy.


Ralph Keyes, The Quote Verifier: Who Said What, Where, and When (New York: St.Martins, 2006), 9798. Verified in hard copy.


Heart Balm Suit Ban Given Support by Mrs. Roosevelt, News and Courier (Charleston, SC), March 26, 1935, 7. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


So They Say! Owosso Argus-Press (Owosso, MI), April 2, 1935, 4. Accessed in Google News Archive, https://goo.gl/6pD4x1. Column is located beneath linked article.


Ardell Proctor, The Little Newsance: Editorial, Lake Park News (Lake Park, IA), October 10, 1940, 7. Accessed in NewspaperARCHIVE.com.


[Freestanding quotation], Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (Fairbanks, AK), October 30, 1940, 2. Accessed in NewspaperARCHIVE.com.


Sermon-o-grams, Huntingdon Daily News (Huntingdon, PA), June 6, 1941, 11. Accessed in NewspaperARCHIVE.com.


Walter Winchell, Notes of an Innocent Bystander, in New York, Augusta Chronicle (Augusta, GA), February 29, 1944, 4. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Walter Winchell, Lint from a Blue Serge Suit, St.Petersburg Times (St.Petersburg, FL), February 25, 1945, 24. Accessed in Google News Archive, https://goo.gl/vbfprn.


Fred R.Shapiro, The Yale Book of Quotations (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006), 143. Verified in hard copy; William Ellery Channing, Self-Culture: An Address Introductory to the Franklin Lectures, Delivered at Boston, September (Boston: Dutton and Wentworth, 1838), 80. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/JwvgAf.


Barack Obama, A New Era of Service Across America, Time, March 19, 2009, http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1886571,00.html.


Shohreh Aghdashloo, Heroes: Mir-Hossein Mousavi, Time, April 29, 2010, http://content.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1984685_19849491985221,00.html.


Theodore Parker, Ten Sermons of Religion (Boston: Crosby, Nichols, i853), 66, 8485, https://goo.gl/7wtO9m.


Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry (Charleston: The Council, 1871), 828, 838, https://goo.gl/b8ZFbs.


John Haynes Holmes et al., Readings from Great Authors Arranged for Responsive, or Other Use in Churches, Schools, Forums, Homes, Etc. (New York: Dodd, Mead, 1918), 1718. Accessed in Internet Archive, https://archive.org/details/readingsfromgre01goldgoog.


Ted Robinson, Philosopher of Follys, Cleveland Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), October 14, 1932, 10. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Ted Robinson, Philosopher of Follys, Cleveland Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), October 28, 1932, 8. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Real Happiness Found Only in Making Others Happy, Says Malden Pastor in Lecture Here, Lowell Sun (Lowell, MA), March 13, 1934, 10, 12. Accessed in NewspaperARCHIVE.com.


Jews Usher in New Year: Services Conducted at Scores of Synagogues and Temples in City, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, CA), October 3, 1940, 14. Accessed in ProQuest.


Martin Luther KingJr., Out of the Long Night, Gospel Messenger, February 8, 1958, 14. Accessed in Internet Archive, https://archive.org/details/gospelmessengerv107mors.


John Craig, Wesleyan Baccalaureate Is Delivered by Dr.King, Hartford Courant (Hartford, CT), June 8, 1964, 4. Accessed in ProQuest.


Ralph Keyes, The Quote Verifier: Who Said What, Where, and When (New York: St.Martins, 2006), 59, 109, 286. Verified in hard copy.


John Bartlett and Emily Morison Beck, eds., Bartletts Familiar Quotations, 14th ed. (Boston: Little, Brown, 1968), 454. Verified in scans.


William Safire, On Language: The Triumph of Evil, New York Times Magazine, March 9, 1980, SM2. Accessed in ProQuest.


William Safire, On Language; Standing Corrected, New York Times Magazine, April 5, 1981, SM4. Accessed in ProQuest.


Edmund Burke, Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Discontents, 3rd ed. (London: J.Dodsley, 1770), 106. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/vkcgYG.


John Stuart Mill, Inaugural Address, on a Course of Study, Littells Living Age 4, no. 50 (March 16, 1867): 664. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/Zts8VL.


Mariott Brosius, The Medical Profession and the State: Alumni Oration, Medical Bulletin: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery 17, no. 6 (June 1895): 203. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/RSNAJM.


Capen Pleads for Reforms, Chicago Daily Tribune (Chicago, IL), August 28, 1910, 4. Accessed in ProQuest.


Charles F.Aked, On Liquor Traffic, San Jose Mercury Herald (San Jose, CA), October 31, 1916, 1. Verified in newspaper scans from Archive of Americana. Thanks to Mike at Duke University of obtaining those scans. Also thanks to Ken Hirsch for pointing out this citation in a post by J.L.Bell at the website Boston 1775, http://boston1775.blogspot.com/2009/04/only-thing-necessary-for-triumph-of.html.


Charles H.Norton, Are We Helping the Radicals? 100%: The Efficiency Magazine, June 1920, 64. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/mJFTeu.


Editorial Notes, Railway Carmens Journal 25, no. 1 (January 1920): 366. Accessed in HathiTrust, https://goo.gl/yebJmi.


Sir R.Murray Hyslop, J.P., Some Present Features of the Temperance Crusade (address, Fourth International Congregational Council, Boston, MA, June 29-July 6, 1920), 166. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/7knZd9. Barry Popik located this citation, which is noted on his webpage, All That Is Necessary for the Triumph of Evil Is That Good Men Do Nothing, The Big Apple, November 7, 2009, http://www.barrypopik.com/index.php/new_york_city/entry/all_that_is_necessary_for_the_triumph_of_evil_is_that_good_men_do_nothing/.


Labor, Business Digest and Investment Weekly 26, no. 5 (July 30, 1920): 75. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/vwW2VX.


Redhill Brotherhood, Surrey Mirror and County Post (Surrey, UK), August 29, 1924, 5. Accessed in British Newspaper Archive.


Harry N.Stull, District Affairs: Indifference Fosters Gangsterism, Washington Post (Washington, DC), January 22, 1950, B8. Accessed in ProQuest; Fred R.Shapiro, The Yale Book of Quotations (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006), 143. Verified in hard copy.


O.C.Fisher, Yes, Hes a Party Hack, Believes O.C.Fisher, Rotarian, November 1955, 9. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/ekPKRL.


Address by President Kennedy to the Canadian Parliament [Extracts], May 17, 1961, Documents on Disarmament 1961, Publication 5 (Washington, DC: United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 1962), 149. Accessed in HathiTrust, https://goo.gl/SdalYj.


Men, Women, and Affairs, Springfield Republican (Springfield, MA), December 4, 1892, 4. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Miss Sanborns Lecture, Riverside Daily Press (Riverside, CA), April 21, 1893, 4. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


The Anecdotal Side of Edison, Ladies Home Journal, April 1898, 8. Accessed in ProQuest American Periodicals.


Ralph Keyes, The Quote Verifier: Who Said What, Where, and When (New York: St.Martins, 2006), 77, 292. Verified in hard copy.


Current Topics, Youths Companion 72, no. 16 (April 21, 1898): 194. Accessed in ProQuest American Periodicals.


Peace Has Its Victories: An Interesting Address to High School Boys, Delivered by Mr. J.K.Orr, Savannah Tribune (Savannah, GA), May 21, 1898, 4. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Brevities, Helena Independent (Helena, MT), June 19, 1898, 2. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Doing Ones Best, Idaho Daily Statesman (Boise, ID), May 6, 1901, 4. Accessed in GenealogyBank. Top researcher Barry Popik located this citation.


Thomas Alva Edison, Scientific American, December 27, 1902, 463. Accessed in ProQuest American Periodicals.


Jonas Howard, Tomas A.Edison as He Is Today, Chicago Tribune, November 6, 1904, E2. Accessed in ProQuest.


[Advertisement for shirts, Harry Weiss], Repository (Canton, OH), November 12, 1907, 2. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Frank Lewis Dyer and Tomas Commerford Martin, Edison: His Life and Inventions, vol. 2 (New York: Harper, 1910), 607. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/R6zYtZ.


M.A. [Martin Andr'e] Rosanoff, Edison in His Laboratory, Harpers 165 (September 1932): 406. Verified in microfilm.


Courtney Subramanian, Forever 21 Is Now Selling a Shirt with an Ayn Rand Quote on It, Time, October 10, 2013, http://newsfeed.time.com/2013/10/10/forever-21-cashes-in-on-ayn-rands-objectivist-philisophy/.


Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead, reprint of 1943 Bobbs-Merrill edition (New York: Penguin, 1971), 23. Verified in scans.


Janet Lowe, Welch: An American Icon (New York: John Wiley and Sons, 2001), 81. Verified in hard copy.


Beverly L.Kaye and Sharon Jordan-Evans, Love It, Dont Leave It: 26 Ways to Get What You Want at Work (San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler, 2003), 398, https://goo.gl/biAIXa.


Kevin Kruse, Top 100 Inspirational Quotes, Forbes, May 28, 2013, http://www.forbes.com/sites/kevinkruse/2013/05/28/inspirational-quotes/3/.


Russell Brand, Booky Wook 2: This Time Its Personal (London: HarperCollins, 2010), 1.


Franz Kafka > Quotes > Quotable Quote, Goodreads, accessed November 8, 2013, https://www.goodreads.com/quotes/201816-don-t-bend-don-t-water-it-down-don-t-try-to-make.


Anne Rice, foreword to The Metamorphosis, In the Penal Colony, and Other Stories, by Franz Kafka (New York: Schocken, 1995), 13. Great thanks to the helpful librarian at the Beaufort County Library in Beaufort, South Carolina, who accessed the 1995 citation.


Anne Rice Fan Page post dated July 3, 2013, Facebook, accessed November 11, 2013, https://www.facebook.com/annericefanpage/posts/10151768484880452.


Anne Rice Fan Page post dated June 26, 2015, Facebook, accessed June 27, 2015, https://www.facebook.com/annericefanpage/posts/10153485424645452.


Six Things Darwin Never Said And One He Did, Darwin Correspondence Project, accessed December 18, 2014, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/people/about-darwin/six-things-darwin-never-said-and-one-he-did.


Manju Bansal, Evolving Beyond Coupons and Mobile Apps: Retail Technologies in the Sensor Economy, MIT Technology Review, July 15, 2014, accessed in Google News Archive.


T.Walter Wallbank, Alastair M.Taylor, and Nels M.Bailkey, Civilization Past and Present, single-volume ed. (Chicago: Scott, Foresman, 1962), 575, 578. Verified in photocopies.


Ritchie R.Ward, The Living Clocks (New York: Alfred A.Knopf, 1971), 74. Verified in hard copy.


Sam Wollaston, Pop Stars, Buildings, Now Endangered Species. Is Nothing Safe from the Phone Vote Format? The Weekends TV, Guardian (London, UK), December 10, 2006. https://www.theguardian.com/media/2006/dec/11/broadcasting.tvandradio.


Charles Francis, ed., Wisdom Well Said (El Prado, NM: Levine Mesa, 2009), 7. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/48YXPq.


Ralph Waldo Emerson, Essay II: Experience, in Essays: Second Series, 2nd ed. (Boston: James Munroe, 1844), 65. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/gQHb0V.


Charles Clay Doyle, Wolfgang Mieder, and Fred R.Shapiro, eds., The Dictionary of Modern Proverbs (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2012), 142. Verified in hard copy. Phrase in cited volume is as stated: Life is a journey, not a destination.


Page for the Young: The Midnight Feast and Its Lesson, Sunday at Home: A Family Magazine for Sabbath Reading, December 7, 1854, 512. Accessed in HathiTrust, https://goo.gl/sctT7f.


John Cumming, The End: or, The Proximate Signs of the Close of This Dispensation (London: John Farquhar Shaw, 1855), 392. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/6YVZK0.


John Bate, ed., A Cyclopaedia of Illustrations of Moral and Religious Truths, 2nd ed. (London: Elliot Stock, 1865), 535. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/g5JCZ3.


Lynn H.Hough, The Sunday School Lesson: First Quarter LessonIX, Christian Advocate, February 29, 1920, 266. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/Bu2DYg.


Ralph Delahaye Paine, Roads of Adventure (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1922), 404. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/wva2GT.


You Said It, Marceline [freestanding verse in Flights of Fancy], Richmond Times Dispatch (Richmond, VA), August 27, 1926, 6. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Convent School Wins New Prize by Wide Margin: Third Prize Winning Essay by Irene Wadlington, Times-Picayune (New Orleans, LA), May 12, 1929, 26. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Yale Professor to Give Address, Springfield Republican (Springfield, MA), February 12, 1930, 8. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Inez Wallace, Shadows in Paradise, Cleveland Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), January 25, 1935, 8. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Millicent Taylor, review of I Knew Them in Prison by Mary B.Harris, Christian Science Monitor, May 27, 1936, 14. Accessed in ProQuest.


Civic Unit Warned of Dishonest Business, San Diego Union (San Diego, CA), December 8, 1937, 7. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Aerosmith Amazing, YouTube video, 6:50, copyright 1994, posted by AerosmithVEVO, December 24, 2009, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSmOvYzSeaQ. Quote is sung at 02:04.


Kevin Bernhardt, The Peaceful Warrior (screenplay), 2006, http://www.veryabc.cn/movie/uploads/script/PeacefulWarrior.txt.


Wikipedia, s. v. Snowclone, last modified July 2, 2016, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snowclone.


Bill Gates, Computer Industry Offers Wealth of Career Options, Daily News of Los Angeles, January 22, 1996, business section, Bi. Accessed in NewsBank.


James E.Fawcette, Give Me Power, InfoWorld 7, no. 17 (April 29, 1985): 5. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/ggtODN. Fred R.Shapiro located this important citation.


Nancy Andrews, Windows: The Official Guide to Microsofts Operating Environment (Redmond, WA: Microsoft, 1986), 268. Verified in hard copy.


Jerry Pournelle, A Users View: Law of Expanding Memory: Applications Will Also Expand Until RAM Is Full, InfoWorld 9, no. 30 (July 27, 1987): 46. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/FjbnpX.


Steve Gibson, Tech Talk, InfoWorld 10, no. 8 (February 22, 1988): 34. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/juaqhp.


George Morrow, Bus Wars, InfoWorld 10, no. 46 (November 14, 1988): 60. Accessed in Google Books, http://goo.gl/nilNxk. Fred R.Shapiro located this important citation.


1989 Bill Gates Talk on Microsoft, speech by Bill Gates to the Computer Science Club at the University of Waterloo, audio file, 1:33:52, http://goo.gl/Xi7tia. Quote occurs around 22:25.


The Wonder Years: How the PC Industry Grew Up in the 80s, Infoworld 12, no. 1 (January 1 1990): 4. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/MtIJUC.


Evan Roth, Cybersurfing: If They Only Knew, Washington Post, November 16, 1995, style section, D7. Accessed in NewsBank.


Gates, Computer Industry Offers Wealth of Career Options.


Christopher Cerf and Victor S.Navasky, The Experts Speak: The Definitive Compendium of Authoritative Misinformation, rev. ed. (New York: Villard Books, 1998), 231. Verified in hard copy.


Harville Hendrix and Helen Hunt, The Personal Companion: Meditations and Exercises for Keeping the Love You Find (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1995), Day 198. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/g0Bt4k.


Dale Turner, Quiet Wounds: Be Kind, The Pain is Heavy, Seattle Times (Seattle, WA), July 21, 1984, A8. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Harold Blake Walker, Living Faith, Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL), September 17, 1965, B10. Accessed in ProQuest Historical Newspapers.


Letters: Urges Kindness, Trenton Evening Times (Trenton, NJ), January 3, 1957, 10 (or possibly 16). Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Robert Quillen, Kindness Triumphs over Cruelty, for It Wins the Hearts of Men Who Hate Tyranny, Robert Quillen Says, Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, IN), November 27, 1947, 19. Accessed in Newspapers.com.


Housewife, Letter to the Editor: City Teachers and the Lawrence Lecture, Winnipeg Free Press (Winnipeg, MB), March 12, 1932, 16. Accessed in NewspaperARCHIVE.com.


Oxford English Dictionary Online, s. v. pitiful, accessed August 12, 2016.


John Watson, The Homely Virtues (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1903), 168. Accessed in Google Books, http://goo.gl/CZGQ21.


Be Pitiful, Zions Herald (Boston, MA) 76, no. 4 (January 26, 1898): 101. Accessed in ProQuest American Periodicals.


In Brief, Congregationalist (Boston, MA) 83, no. 1 (January 6, 1898): 9. Accessed in ProQuest American Periodicals.


Ralph Waldo Emerson, Gifts, Dial: A Magazine for Literature, Philosophy and Religion 4, no. 1 (July 1843): 93. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/TTXDVb.


David S.Viscott, Finding Your Strength in Difficult Times: A Book of Meditations (Chicago: Contemporary Books, 1993), 87. Verified in scans.


Dale Turner, Others Insights Can Help as We Look Ahead to New Year, Seattle Times (Seattle, WA), January 1, 1994, A14, http://goo.gl/G4uZxg.


Dale Turner, A Positive Thought Can Go a Long Way in Halting Despair, Seattle Times (Seattle, WA), January 7, 1995, A12, http://goo.gl/PwiMrj.


Diane DAmico, Young Teachers Program Encourages Teenagers to Go into Teaching, Press of Atlantic City (Atlantic City, NJ), May 10, 1995, C1. Accessed in NewsBank.


Ann Nichols, Taking a Look Back, Chattanooga Times Free Press (Chattanooga, TN), February 16, 1997, J1. Accessed in NewsBank.


Benjamin Pimentel, Challenges and Solutions HP Mathematician Cited for Years of Work Helping Others, San Francisco Chronicle (San Francisco, CA), March 19, 2006, J1. Accessed in NewsBank.


Marty OBrien, An Eclectic and Versatile Player, Daily Press (Newport News, VA), May 14, 2006, C1. Accessed in NewsBank.


Eray Honeycutt, Just Do It! The Power of Positive Living (Bloomington: AuthorHouse, 2006), 201. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/npshVs.


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Wendell Berry, The Unforeseen Wilderness: An Essay on Kentuckys Red River Gorge (Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 1971), 26. Verified in hard copy.


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Wendell Berry, The One-Inch Journey, Audubon, May 1971, 9. Verified in hard copy.


Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Parks and Recreation of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs on Bill S. 1929, to Establish the Nantucket Sound Islands Trust, 93rd Cong., 1st sess. (July 16, 1973), (statement of Carleton H.Parker, Concerned Citizens of Marthas Vineyard, Inc., West Tisbury, Massachusetts), 204. Accessed in HathiTrust, https://goo.gl/smXo61.


Field and Stream Notes, Southeast Missourian (Cape Girardeau, MO), August 31, 1973, 9. Accessed in Google News Archive.


Moses Henry Cass, speech on environmental policy, Ministerial Meeting of the OECD Environment Committee, Paris, November 13, 1974, text in Australian Government Digest 2, no. 4 (October 1, 1974 December 31, 1974): 1145. Verified in scans. Special thanks to John McChesney-Young and the UC Berkeley Library.


Dennis Hall, The Land Is Borrowed from Our Children, Michigan Natural Resources 44, no. 4 (July-August 1975): 3. Verified in hard copy.


Jorg K.Kuhnemann, Better Towns with Less Traffic, in Peter Stringer and H.Wenzel, eds., Transportation Planning for a Better Environment, NATO Conference Series (New York: Plenum, 1976), 5. Verified in hard copy.


Building the Future for East Moline? Common Bond (East Moline, IL), January 1976, 4. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


Bill Roden, Adirondack Sportsman, Warrensburg-Lake George News (Warrensburg, NY), May 13, 1976, 4. Accessed in Old Fulton NY Post Cards, http://www.fultonhistory.com/fulton.html.


Remarks of the Incoming Chairman by Theodore D.Lockwood, Liberal Education 62 (May 1976): 317. Verified in hard copy.


Rambling Afield: Birds of a Feather, Huh? Pittsburgh Press (Pittsburgh, PA), May 28, 1978, D10. Accessed in Google News Archive, https://goo.gl/EVBk0g.


United Nations Environment Programme, UNEP Annual Review 1978 (Nairobi: United Nations Environment Programme, 1980), back cover. Accessed in Google Books, http://goo.gl/mOv7hW.


A World Conservation Strategy by Lee M.Talbot, Director of Conservation and Special Scientific Advisor, World Wildlife Fund International, text of speech delivered on March 19, 1980, Journal of the Royal Society of Arts 128, no. 5288 (July 1980): 495. Verified in hard copy.


Notes on Contributors: Ezekiel Limehouse, Lake Street Review 9 (Summer 1980): 41. Verified in scans. Thanks to Dennis Lien and the University of Minnesota Libraries.


Paul Ehrlich and Anne Ehrlich, The Politics of Extinction, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 37, no. 5 (May 1981): 26. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/WggHi4.


Ed Jones, Saving the Soil by Private Initiative, Christian Science Monitor, January 5, 1983, 23. Accessed in ProQuest.


Anne H.Ehrlich, review of Building a Sustainable Society, by Lester R.Brown, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 39, no. 3 (March 1983): 40. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/EixsWU.


Beverly Beyette, Concern over Movements Direction: Environmentalists: Three Who Believe, Los Angeles Times, June 6, 1985, E1. Accessed in ProQuest.


David R.Francis, New Environmental Tack: Development + Conservation = Growth, Christian Science Monitor, June 12, 1986, 12. Accessed in ProQuest.


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Frank Riley, John Muirs Legacy Still Strong in Glacier Country, Los Angeles Times, August 14, 1988, 5. Accessed in ProQuest.


David Brower, Wilderness Shows Us Where We Came From, Backpacker 17, no. 4 (June 1989): 25. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/Cn4wjF.


Diplomacy for the Environment, (text of address by Secretary of State [James] Baker to the National Governors Association, February 26, 1990, Washington, DC), Current Policy no. 1254, February 1990, 4. Accessed in HathiTrust, https://goo.gl/cFyi8t.


Environmental Quality [1990]: The Twenty-First Annual Report of the Council on Environmental Quality Together with the Presidents Message to Congress, (Washington, DC: Executive Office of the President, Council on Environmental Quality, 1991), 4. Accessed in HathiTrust, https://goo.gl/Lc5vMo.


Ralph Keyes, Some of Our Favorite Quotations Never Quite Went That Way: Did They REALLY Say It? Washington Post, May 16, 1993, L10. Accessed in ProQuest.


David Brower: The Archdruid Himself, in Jonathan White, Talking on the Water: Conversations About Nature and Creativity (San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1994), 47. Verified in hard copy.


David R.Brower and Steve Chapple, Let the Mountains Talk, Let the Rivers Run: A Call to Those Who Would Save the Earth (San Francisco: HarperCollins West, 1995), 1, 2. Verified in hard copy; Ralph Keyes, The Quote Verifier: Who Said What, Where, and When (New York: St.Martins, 2006), 98, 298, 299. Verified in hard copy.


Harry Kronman, The Tyranny of Love, Esquire, February 1951, 30. Verified in hard copy.


Jess Lair, I Aint Much Baby But Im All Ive Got (Privately published: 1969), 98. Verified in hard copy by Fred R.Shapiro; Jess Lair, I Aint Much Baby But Im All Ive Got (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1972), 203. Verified in hard copy. Note that this published edition is different from the privately published one in endnote 2.


Fred R.Shapiro, The Yale Book of Quotations (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006), 440. Verified in hard copy.


Peter Max, Meditation [cartoon panel], Cleveland Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), September 16, 1972, 19B.Accessed in GenealogyBank; Peter Max, Meditation [cartoon panel], News Journal (Mansfield, OH), September 16, 1972, 3. Accessed in NewspaperARCHIVE.com. This newspaper mentioned Chantal Sicile and the request for quotations.


Judy Hughes, At Home with Bill Walton, Northwest Magazine in Oregonian (Portland, OR), April 20, 1975, 12. Accessed in GenealogyBank.


United Press International, Lee Majors Is No Mr.Fawcett, Nashua Telegraph (Nashua, NH), July 5, 1978, 15. Accessed in Google News Archive, https://goo.gl/anKFl0.


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Charles E.Schaeffer, Our Home Mission Work: An Outline Study of the Home Mission Work of the Reformed Church in the United States (Philadelphia: Publication and Sunday School Board of the Reformed Church in the United States, 1914), 178. Accessed in Google Books, https://goo.gl/dsuRHB.


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