I have no problems with private schools. I graduated from one and so did my mother.
Yeah, I graduated with a 4.0… blood alcohol level.james carville
The power of a free people is often at the disposal of a single and seemingly an unimportant individual; a terrible and truthful power; for such a people feel with one heart, and therefore can lift up their myriad arms for a single blow. And, again, there is no graduated scale for the measurement of the influences of different intellects upon the popular mind. Peter the Hermit held no office, yet what a work he wrought!albert pike
The man who has graduated from the flogging block at Eton to the bench from which he sentences the garrotter to be flogged is the same social product as the garrotter who has been kicked by his father and cuffed by his mother until he has grown strong enough to throttle and rob the rich citizen whose money he desires.George Bernard Shaw
Believing that the character of the law schools determines the character of the legal profession, I wish to aid in enlarging the scope and improving the standards of the law schools by aiding the one from which I graduated, namely, the Law School of the University of Michigan.From the will of William W. Cook, lawyer and philanthropist who contributed $20 million in 1920 to construct the University's noted Law Quadrangle. See Margaret A. Leary, "William W. Cook: Brief Biography" (October 2006), University of Michigan Law Library; Gregory L. Cascione, Philanthropists in Higher Education: Institutional, Biographical, and Religious Motivations for Giving (Psychology Press: 2003), p. 33.
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