Quotations by Jackson, Holbrook


Fear of corrupting the mind of the younger generation is the loftiest form of cowardice.

Holbrook Jackson (1874-1948) English journalist, editor, author
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Man is a dog’s idea of what God should be.

Holbrook Jackson (1874-1948) English journalist, editor, author
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Your library is your portrait.

Holbrook Jackson (1874-1948) English journalist, editor, author
Maxims of Books and Reading, ch. 13 (1934)
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There are only two classes in society: those who get more than they earn, and those who earn more than they get.

Holbrook Jackson (1874-1948) English journalist, editor, author
Platitudes in the Making (1911)
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Sacrifice is a form of bargaining.

Holbrook Jackson (1874-1948) English journalist, editor, author
Platitudes in the Making, ch. 3 “The Inner Temple,” #12 (1911)
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Added on 9-Feb-15 | Last updated 9-Feb-15
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