Winter of the World: Book Two of the Century Trilogy Quotes

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"I don't care about the building," Walter said surprisingly. "It's our democracy that's on fire" (Chapter 1, p. 30).

"Fascism is on the march," Lloyd began. "And it is dangerously attractive. It gives false hope to the unemployed. It wears a spurious patriotism, as the Fascists themselves wear imitation military uniforms" (Chapter 3, p. 157).

"We don't want our sons to go to war as we did...We can't send American boys to be slaughtered in Europe again. The world needs a police force" (Chapter 5, p. 287).

"I don't care how many bastards your father has. I'm a modern American girl and I won't live with an unfaithful husband" (Chapter 5, p. 312).

"We move by inches, not miles," said Gus Dewar with a smile. "That's politics" (Chapter 9, p. 516).

"I think this will go down as a black day in the history of mankind" (Chapter 14, p. 678).

"Everyone talks under torture" (Chapter 16, p. 722).

"People vote with...

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