„Her (India’s) great curse is caste; but English education has already proved a tremendous power in levelling the injurious distinctions of caste.“

—  Keshub Chunder Sen, Speech at Hannover Square Rooms on the occasion of a Soiree held to welcome him on 12th April 1870.
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—  Carlos Menem Argentine politician who was President of Argentina from 1989 to 1999 1930
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„The dalit's main agenda is not reservations. My way of equality is English education. Even if 10% of our children got English education, the intellectual field would have changed. This country would have changed. My hope is education, not reservation — and I emphasize, English education“

—  Kancha Ilaiah Indian scholar, activist and writer 1952
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„The Court's great power is its ability to educate, to provide moral leadership.“

—  William O. Douglas Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States 1898 - 1980
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„I am English by education, Muslim by culture and Hindu merely by accident.“

—  Jawaharlal Nehru Indian lawyer, statesman, and writer, first Prime Minister of India 1889 - 1964
Misattributed, While this is often attributed to Nehru, it was actually something said by the Hindu Mahasabha leader, N. B. Khare. Khare states, "Nehru’s is a very complex personality. As he himself has explained in his Autobiography, he is English by education, Muslim by culture and Hindu by an accident of birth." "The Angry Aristocrat", N. B. Khare in A Study of Nehru, Rafiq Zakaria (ed.), 1960. No such passage exists in Nehru's autobiography. https://www.altnews.in/did-jawaharlal-nehru-ever-say-i-am-english-by-education-muslim-by-culture-and-hindu-by-accident/

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