The Overton Window Quotes

Glenn Beck
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Most people think about age and experience in terms of years, but it’s really only moments that define us.
-- Narrator (Chapter 1 paragraph 1)

Importance: This quote begins to define Noah. Noah is an apathetic young man as the novel begins who has not experienced many of those defining moments, but he is about to experience a whole string of them.

A pilot will tell you the same thing; a plane crash is rarely the result of a single failure. It starts small, an innocent mistake or a bad decision that leads to another one, and then another.
-- Noah (Chapter 6 paragraph 3)

Importance: This quote describes Noah’s opinion of how things began to go so wrong on the day he met Molly.

This country was founded as a representative republic, but you’re no longer represented here, are you?
-- Beverly Emerson (Chapter 10 paragraph 20)

Importance: This quote is part of a speech Beverly Emerson makes at Molly’s Founders Keepers political rally. This quote illustrates...

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