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    A line has to be drawn somewhere between what is essential and what is peripheral. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    Being accused of enthusiasm is something I'll never live down. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    Christian virtues unite men. Racism separates them. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    Do we talk about the dignity of work? Do we give our students any reason for believing it is worthwhile to sacrifice for their work because such sacrifices improve the psychological and mental health of the person who makes them? Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    Does politics have to be injected into everything? Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    I can remember at college, living on 30-cent meals. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    I do not think that the educational program of our schools should be determined by what the community thinks it needs. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    I don't have to run the Peace Corps. I could live without seeing my picture in the newspapers and without being interviewed. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    I hate goofballs. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    I never ride just to ride. I ride to catch a fox. I play baseball to make the team. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    I want to warn anyone who sees the Peace Corps as an alternative to the draft that life may well be easier at Fort Dix or at apost in Germany than it will be with us. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    It is precisely our job as Catholics to speak the truth as plainly and precisely as we can. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    It is well to be prepared for life as it is, but it is better to be prepared to make life better than it is. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    It wouldn't kill me if I were never nominated or elected to anything. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    Jews have suffered persecution from misguided Christians who tortured the Jews for their part in killing Christ. These Christians forgot that Christ died because of the sins of all men. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    Just to travel is rather boring, but to travel with a purpose is educational and exciting. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    My parents had always preached the virtues of hard work. But hard work is one thing; economic struggle is another. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    Racism cannot be cured solely by attacking some of the results it produces, like discrimination in housing or in education. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    Racists are irrational and illogical in their attempts to justify their prejudices. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    The natural idealism of youth is an idealism, alas, for which we do not always provide as many outlets as we should. Sargent-ShriverSargent Shriver
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    The only genuine elite is the elite of those men and women who gave their lives to justice and charity. Sargent-Shriver/">Sargent Shriver
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    The Peace Corps is guilty of enthusiasm and a crusading spirit. But we're not apologetic about it. Sargent-Shriver/">Sargent Shriver
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    The Peace Corps would give thousands of young Americans a chance to see at first hand the conditions in remote areas of the world. Sargent-Shriver/">Sargent Shriver
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    The roots of racism lie deep in man's nature, wounded and bruised by original sin. Sargent-Shriver/">Sargent Shriver
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    Working in an underdeveloped land for two or three years, the volunteer will often find that his work is routine and full of frustration. Sargent-Shriver/">Sargent Shriver