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Wendell Phillips

Fecha de nacimiento: 29. Noviembre 1811
Fecha de muerte: 2. Febrero 1884

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Wendell Phillips fue un abogado estadounidense que defendió la causa del abolicionismo y a los indígenas norteamericanos. Miembro de la American Anti-Slavery Society, fue su presidente desde 1865 y estuvo considerado el mejor orador de la Sociedad.[1]​

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Frases Wendell Phillips

„Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty — power is ever stealing from the many to the few….“

— Wendell Phillips
Context: Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty — power is ever stealing from the many to the few…. The hand entrusted with power becomes … the necessary enemy of the people. Only by continual oversight can the democrat in office be prevented from hardening into a despot: only by unintermitted Agitation can a people be kept sufficiently awake to principle not to let liberty be smothered in material prosperity. Speech in Boston, Massachusetts (28 January 1852), Speeches Before the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society (1853), p. 13. The memorable and oft-quoted phrase, "eternal vigilance is the price of liberty," was not in quotation marks in the printed edition of this speech. The Home Book of Quotations, ed. Burton Stevenson, 9th ed., p. 1106 (1964), notes that "It has been said that Mr. Phillips was quoting Thomas Jefferson, but in a letter dated 14 April, 1879, Mr. Phillips wrote: '"Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty" has been attributed to Jefferson, but no one has yet found it in his works or elsewhere.' It has also been attributed to Patrick Henry."

„Revolutions are not made; they come.“

— Wendell Phillips
Context: Revolutions are not made; they come. A revolution is as natural a growth as an oak. It comes out of the past. Its foundations are laid far back. Speech before the Massachusetts Antislavery Society (28 January 1852), published in Speeches, Letters and Lectures by Wendell Phillips https://archive.org/details/speecheslectures7056phil (1884), p. 36<!-- Boston: Lee and Shepard; New York: C. T. Dillingham -->

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„He who stifles free discussion, secretly doubts whether what he professes to believe is really true.“

— Wendell Phillips
Oration delivered at Daniel O'Connell celebration, Boston (6 August 1870), published in Wendell Phillips: The Agitator (1890) by William Carlos Martyn, p. 563 <!-- New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company -->

„What the Puritans gave the world was not thought, but action.“

— Wendell Phillips
Speech at the dinner of the Pilgrim Society (21 December 1855), published in Speeches, Letters and Lectures by Wendell Phillips https://archive.org/details/speecheslectures7056phil (1884), p. 229<!-- Boston: Lee and Shepard; New York: C. T. Dillingham -->

„Revolutions never go backward.“

— Wendell Phillips
Address delivered before the Twenty-Eighth Congregational Society in Music Hall, Boston, February 17, 1861, published in Speeches, Letters and Lectures by Wendell Phillips https://archive.org/details/speecheslectures7056phil (1884), p. 380. <!-- Boston: Lee and Shepard; New York: C. T. Dillingham -->

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„Be not dismayed by a defeat. What is defeat! Nothing but education, nothing but the first step to something better.“

— Wendell Phillips
No record of this specific remark exists prior to its use by a George W. Phillips, in an address to the fifth annual convention of the National Association of Life Underwriters (June 1894), reported in The Chronicle: A Weekly Journal, Devoted to the Interests of Insurance Vol. LIII (1894), p. 336 https://books.google.com/books?id=xoAoAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA335&dq=%22What+is+defeat?+Nothing+but+education.+Nothing+but+the+first+step+to+something+better.%22&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiFiMan5KveAhWl6YMKHYV6C44Q6AEIdTAO#v=onepage&q=%22What%20is%20defeat%3F%20Nothing%20but%20education.%20Nothing%20but%20the%20first%20step%20to%20something%20better.%22&f=false

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