Gerald F. Lieberman Quotes

In our society a man is known by the company he owns.

Freedom of the press is useless when people do not understand what they read.

The height of ingratitude is the failure of Reno to erect a monument to Henry VIII.

Hope is the thing that ends with lilies on it.

There are no such things as honest people, there are only people less crooked.

History belongs to the winner.

Psychology: A diversion for the rich, a palliative for the poor, and a boon to the furniture industry. To the sex connotation of the common couch it has added the luster of a college diploma.

Psychoanalysis: A form of horizontal confession subscribed to by those who would like to know why they do things that have always been done.