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Robert W. Welch, Jr.

American,  Businessman
Total Quotes : 22
Start Propaganda Republic

And it was under Wilson that the first great propaganda slogan was coined and emblazoned everywhere, to make Americans start thinking favorably of democracies and forget that we had a republic.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Over Meant Hundred

And for well over a hundred years our politicians, statesmen, and people remembered that this was a republic, not a democracy, and knew what they meant when they made that distinction.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Republic Itself Certainly

For not only every democracy, but certainly every republic, bears within itself the seeds of its own destruction.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Committee Congressional

All alone in a committee room of the Senate Office Building in Washington, I was reading the dry typewritten pages in an unpublished report of an almost forgotten congressional committee hearing.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Principle Imposed

For, quite literally, the whole world today is looking for us to take the lead in carrying out those obligations imposed on the American people as a whole by the beautiful, compassionate and courageous principle of noblesse oblige.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Been Could Swept

For in the first place the American people could not have been swept too fast and too far in this movement without enough alarms being sounded to be heard and heeded.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Summary Which Elaborate

In summary, the Romans were opposed to tyranny in any form; and the feature of government to which they gave the most thought was an elaborate system of checks and balances.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Country Whole Patients

The whole country is one vast insane asylum and they're letting the worst patients run the place.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Constitution Separate

In our Constitution governmental power is divided among three separate branches of the national government, three separate branches of State governments, and the peoples of the several States.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Always Ringing Declaring

Newspapers write ringing editorials declaring that this is and always was a democracy.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Turn Fathers Our

We have seen a central government promote the power of labor-union bosses, and in turn be supported by that power, until it has become entirely too much a government of and for one class, which is exactly what our Founding Fathers wanted most to prevent.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Constitution Republic Very

In the Constitution of the American Republic there was a deliberate and very extensive and emphatic division of governmental power for the very purpose of preventing unbridled majority rule.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Simple Governmental Power

In a democracy there is a centralization of governmental power in a simple majority.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Proud Fact Republic

In the best days of our republic Americans were fiercely proud of the fact that rich and poor met on such equal terms in so many ways, and without the slightest trace of hostility.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Government Means Greek

The word democracy comes from the Greek and means, literally, government by the people.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Grow Deal Republic

The difference is that for a soundly conceived and solidly endowed republic it takes a great deal longer for those seeds to germinate and the plants to grow.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Rome Still Centuries

The American Republic was bound - is still bound - to follow in the centuries to come the same course to destruction as did Rome.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

American Tax Income

It was under Wilson, of course, that the first huge parts of the Marxist program, such as the progressive income tax, were incorporated into the American system.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

More Sink Nor

Neither facts nor pictures seem to sink into our centers of feeling any more.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.

Which Very Imposed

The responsibilities which are imposed by rank and privilege and good fortune can... become very onerous indeed.

- Robert W. Welch, Jr.