„The time has come to stop telling the American people only what they want them to hear, and start talking frankly about the sacrifices we must all make.“

As quoted in “Anderson Offers Barter: Ideas for Votes” by Bernard Weinraub, in The New York Times (12 March 1980)

Última atualização 22 de Maio de 2020. História
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John B. Anderson
político americano 1922 - 2017

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