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Benjamin Disraeli


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Benjamin Disraeli
   uttered the last words   
"I Am Not Afraid to Die."
Benjamin Disraeli
   wrote   
Sybil
. . . or, "The Two Nations" traces the plight of the working classes of England in 1844. The book is a roman à thèse, or a novel with a thesis — which was meant to create a propagandistic furor over the squalor that was plaguing England's working class cities.
Benjamin Disraeli
   said   
"Great Services Are Not Canceled by One Act or by One Single Error"
Benjamin Disraeli
   said   
"Every Production of Genius Must Be the Production of Enthusiasm"
British politician
Benjamin Disraeli
   said   
"Justice is Truth in Action"
British politician
Benjamin Disraeli
   said   
"Never Apologize for Showing Feeling. When You Do So, You Apologize for Truth"
British politician
Benjamin Disraeli
   said   
"A Precedent Embalms a Principle"
British politician
Benjamin Disraeli
   said   
"Ignorance Never Settles a Question"
British politician
Benjamin Disraeli
   said   
"No Success in Public Life Can Compensate for Failure in the Home"
British politician
Benjamin Disraeli
   said   
"Nurture Your Mind With Great Thoughts; to Believe in the Heroic Makes Heroes"
British politician
Benjamin Disraeli
   was U.K. Prime Minister from   
1868-1868
February to December. Conservative, He had led the Young England Party in Parliament
Benjamin Disraeli
   was U.K. Prime Minister from   
1874-1880
Conservative
Benjamin Disraeli
   said   
"It is Much Easier to Be Critical Than to Be Correct"
English politician and author
Benjamin Disraeli
   said   
"In a Progressive Country Change is Constant; ...change... is Inevitable."
Benjamin Disraeli
   said   
"Colonies Do Not Cease to Be Colonies Because They Are Independent."
Benjamin Disraeli
   said   
"The World is Weary of Statesmen Who Democracy Has Degraded Into Politicians"
British politician and author
Benjamin Disraeli
   is   

1868, 1874-1880






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