Famous quote by William Ralph Inge

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The enemies of freedom do not argue they shout and they shoot
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"The enemies of freedom do not argue; they shout and they shoot"

- William Ralph Inge

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This quote by William Ralph Inge talks to the power of liberty and the lengths to which those who oppose it will go to reduce it. Inge is recommending that those who oppose liberty do not participate in significant discussion or argument, but instead turn to violence and intimidation. This quote works as a reminder that flexibility is not something to be taken for granted, which those who look for to undermine it should be consulted with resistance. Inge's words likewise act as a warning to those who value liberty, that they need to be vigilant and prepared to protect it. Inge's quote is an effective reminder that flexibility is a valuable commodity that must be protected and protected at all expenses.

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William Ralph Inge This quote is written / told by William Ralph Inge between June 6, 1860 and February 26, 1954. He was a famous Clergyman from England. The author also have 26 other quotes.

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