The Crisis

The Crisis

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by Winston Churchill
     
 

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Excerpt from the concluding comments:

"Behind that door was the future: so he opened it fearfully
Being caught was the unpardonable crime
Believe in others having a hard time
Freedom meant only the liberty to earn their own living
Humiliation and not conscience which makes the sting
Most dangerous of gifts, the seeing of two sides of a

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Excerpt from the concluding comments:

"Behind that door was the future: so he opened it fearfully
Being caught was the unpardonable crime
Believe in others having a hard time
Freedom meant only the liberty to earn their own living
Humiliation and not conscience which makes the sting
Most dangerous of gifts, the seeing of two sides of a quarrel
Naturally she took preoccupation for indifference
Principle in law not to volunteer information
Read a patent medicine circular and shudder with seven diseases
She could pass over, but never forgive what her aunt had said
Silence-goad to indiscretion
Simple men who command by force of character
So much for Democracy when it becomes a catchword
They have to print something
To be great is to be misunderstood"

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ISBN-13:
9781434463159
Publisher:
Wildside Press
Publication date:
03/30/2008
Pages:
528
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.31(d)

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The Crisis 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was enthralled by the build up to and the passions of the Civil war.....
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Brst book ever
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Hi! I'm Jo head of the Library crisis society. Also known as the L.C.S. Here's the reason the L.C.S is our name, our headquarters is at a library, we solve crisies, and we are a society. DUH. The reason is pretty obvious huh? Now let me tell you a little about myself and my friends. We all have elemental powers. I have day/light, my friend selene has moon/stars, and my friend Henry has earth/nature power. But my ultimate enemy, Toby the Necromancer, has dark and midnight hour power. Now back to the story, I had a vision that a sleeping darkness has awakened, which is toby the Necromancer and that I would die soon. I know that its shocking, but it is true. When the head of the L.C.S dies their name magically appears on a plaque in honor of them. My name will be on that plaque soon. I must consult Henry, my top general. - obibunkenobi11