„Art can no longer afford to be contemptuous of politics, and it appears to be time politics took a little instruction from art.“

Something About a Soldier (1940)

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(de) Die Politik ist die Lehre vom Möglichen. Interview (11 August 1867) with Friedrich Meyer von Waldeck of the St. Petersburgische Zeitung: Aus den Erinnerungen eines russischen Publicisten. 2. Ein Stündchen beim Kanzler des norddeutschen Bundes.

In: Die Gartenlaube (1876) p. 858 de.wikisource. Reprinted in Fürst Bismarck: neue Tischgespräche und Interviews, Vol. 1, p. 248 http://books.google.com/books?id=UpUBAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA248&dq=%22die+Politik+ist+die+Lehre+vom+Möglichen%22
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„Politics is the art of human happiness.“

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„Everything is art. Everything is politics.“

—  Ai Weiwei Chinese concept artist 1957

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—  Jean Chrétien 20th Prime Minister of Canada 1934

Fonte: Straight From The Heart (1985), Chapter Five, A Balancing Act, p. 118
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