Heywood Broun - Quotes

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Sports do not build character. They reveal it.

Sports do not build character. They reveal it.

Brotherhood is not just a Bible word. Out of comradeship can come and will come the happy life for all. ---->>>

Nobody talks so constantly about God as those who insist that there is no God.

Nobody talks so constantly about God as those who insist that there is no God.

I doubt whether the world holds for any one a more soul-stirring surprise than the first adventure with ice-cream.

I doubt whether the world holds for any one a more soul-stirring surprise than the first adventure with ice-cream.

Everybody favours free speech in the slack moments when no axes are being ground. ---->>>

The most casual examination will reveal the fact that all the jokes about the horrible results of masculine cooking and sewing are written by men. It is all part of a great scheme of sex propaganda. ---->>>

The ability to make love frivolously is the chief characteristic which distinguishes human beings from beasts. ---->>>

The tragedy of life is not that man loses but that he almost wins. ---->>>

A technical objection is the first refuge of a scoundrel. ---->>>

The great threat to the young and pure in heart is not what they read but what they don't read. ---->>>

Hell is paved with great granite blocks hewn from the hearts of those who said, I can do no other. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: December 7, 1888
Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York CityNew York, USA
Die: 12-18, 1939
Occupation: Journalist
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Heywood Campbell Broun, Jr. (; December 7, 1888 – December 18, 1939) was an American journalist. He worked as a sportswriter, newspaper columnist, and editor in New York City. He founded the American Newspaper Guild, now known as The Newspaper Guild. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he is best remembered for his writing on social issues and his championing of the underdog (wikipedia)