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H. L. Mencken
   is featured in the biography   
Disturber of the Peace
William Manchester, 2008
H. L. Mencken
   was a/an   
Journalist
Magazine editor, satirist and critic of American life and culture; 1880-1956
H. L. Mencken
   wrote   
The American Language
1919, concerned with the American language as spoken in the US
H. L. Mencken
   said   
"All Men Are Frauds. The Only Difference Between Them is That Some Admit It. I Myself Deny It."
US editor
H. L. Mencken
   said   
"Conscience is a Mother-in-law Whose Visit Never Ends."
US editor
H. L. Mencken
   said   
"Criticism is Prejudice Made Plausible."
US editor
H. L. Mencken
   said   
"A Cynic is a Man Who, when He Smells Flowers, Looks Around for a Coffin."
US editor
H. L. Mencken
   said   
"A Judge is a Law Student Who Marks His Own Examination Papers."
US editor
H. L. Mencken
   said   
"Conscience: the Inner Voice Which Warns Us That Someone May Be Looking"
American journalist and literary critic
H. L. Mencken
   said   
"Love is the Triumph of Imagination over Intelligence"
German American, journalist, satirist






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