Journal

19 October 1956

19 October 1956 “The difference between a man and a boy is that when the going gets tough the man keeps going; the boy seeks an excuse to drop out.” “The difference between a great athlete and a fair athlete is that a great athlete never admits the possibility of failure.”

2 November 1956

2 November 1956 The crippling of a man’s soul is far more damaging than any physical crippling, defect, or distinction. Russel Porter summed up “free enterprise” in the N.Y. Times: “Americans do not believe in absolute power,” he said, “the American revolution was fought to gain freedom from absolute power, including its manifestations in economic … Continue reading 2 November 1956