Argued Quotes by Ivor Novello, Pete Hamill, Raghuram Rajan, Lionel Barber, Alexander Lukashenko, Joseph Stiglitz and many others.
What I argued in ‘The Great Divide’ is that societies can’t function without trust, both politically and economically.
Religious fundamentalists in Bangladesh have always argued for a ban on my books.
I never argued with my father, and it so happened that, unfortunately, the same kind of relationship passed on with me and Ranbir.
This is a man who graduated summa cum laude from Harvard University in three years, editor of the Harvard Law Review, argued 39 cases before the Supreme Court.
Modernism has a reputation for being a forbidding phenomenon: its visual arts disconcertingly non-representational, its literary efforts devoid of the consolations of plot and character – even its films, it’s argued, fall well short of that true desideratum: entertainment.
Migrants don’t come to the United States because, as Ambassador Aponte argued in her press conference, of ‘lies‘ told by smugglers that, once here, you can’t get deported. They come because their countries have been destroyed by U.S. policy.
I have always argued, in a good novel, interesting things happen to interesting people.
And I argued with that intelligence estimate and I think it is a responsibility of policymakers to use their best judgment on the basis of the intelligence they’ve received.
I have long argued that no one should be allowed to write opinion without spending years as a reporter – nothing like interviewing all four eyewitnesses to an automobile accident and then trying to write an accurate account of what happened.
‘The End of America’ details the 10 steps that would-be dictators always take in seeking to close an open society; it argued that the Bush administration had been advancing each one.
Many well-meaning intelligent people have argued since the May 17, 1954, decision of the United States Supreme Court outlawing segregation in the public schools that communication between the races has broken down.
The conservative idea is not that government has no role. You might have argued that in the thirties when conservatives opposed the New Deal.
Trump is a populist in the same mold as the nineteenth-century Populists who gave their name to American grassroots political movements. Historians and pundits argued themselves blue in the face over whether Populists were reactionary or progressive, but they were both.
I also argued before the war that the administration was underestimating Arab nationalism and Iraqi nationalism, that it was not going to be as easy to rule Iraq as they thought.
I have specifically argued that we need to change our relationship with the European Union by fundamentally reforming not just our relationship but the European Union itself.
Many of my fellow atheists consider all talk of ‘spirituality‘ or ‘mysticism‘ to be synonymous with mental illness, conscious fraud, or self-deception. I have argued elsewhere that this is a problem – because millions of people have had experiences for which ‘spiritual‘ and ‘mystical‘ seem the only terms available.
Political scientists have long argued that party identification is the best possible predictor of voting behavior and is remarkably sticky over time.
Since the 1980s, Republicans have argued that policies embraced by a majority of Americans to promote equality of opportunity actually infringe liberty by hampering businessmen‘s actions or taking their money through taxes.
I’ve never argued that humans are massively hot-wired. What I was trying to point out was that you can’t understand how we learn unless you identify the learning mechanisms. And these have some genetic basis.
Editorials are, obviously, pieces of opinion journalism. They are not intended to be dispassionate, balanced accountings of a news situation or issue. They present a strong and strongly argued position and do not necessarily present or even take into account the opposing position.
Thirty years ago, many economists argued that inflation was a kind of minor inconvenience and that the cost of reducing inflation was too high a price to pay. No one would make those arguments today.
I’m a pluralist. I’ve always argued that as many different films as possible should be made.
I’ve never really understood the criticism that climbing is inherently selfish, since it could equally be argued about virtually any other hobby or sport. Is gardening selfish?
In our interconnected world, we must learn to feel enlarged, not threatened, by difference – that is what I have argued.
I have never, ever argued about money with any of my producers because that is the kind of relationship and understanding I have with them.
I have long argued that, if China and the United States were interested in pursuing a strategic partnership, Africa is the best place to start, as neither enters the situation with past colonial baggage, and both possess interests that are quite complementary.
With human beings it could be argued that all music-making is, in essence, grounded in improvisation.
I have long argued for the arts to have the recognition and funding they need, not only because they brighten our lives, but also because they make a tangible contribution to our national economy.
In the suffragist and abolitionist era, there were a lot of white women and some black men and women who argued for the old hierarchy and against universal adult suffrage – often on religious grounds.
As I have consistently argued, leaving the E.U. needs to be accompanied by a strong set of pro-enterprise policies to counteract any disruption: cut corporate taxes to make the U.K. an attractive destination for business and investment.
I have argued above that we cannot prevent the Singularity, that its coming is an inevitable consequence of the humans’ natural competitiveness and the possibilities inherent in technology.
Some have argued that confronting the threat from Iraq could detract from the war against terror. To the contrary, confronting the threat posed by Iraq is crucial to winning the war on terror.
Proponents of privatization argued that cities and states needed private capital to fund all the upgrades that our decaying infrastructure so desperately needed.
I argued that I didn’t have any of the attributes to pose for cheesecake. I said I would have to make good on my acting ability, which was the only attribute I could offer.
I have long argued that in the modern world, corporation tax has had its day as a major source of tax revenue.
I never turned down anything and never argued with any producer or director.
If this work seems so threatening, this is because it isn’t simply eccentric or strange, but competent, rigorously argued, and carrying conviction.
I have argued that the Soviet story is one of the interaction of speculative excess or utopian aspirations with refractory reality.
Philosophers and theologians have argued for centuries over the morality of targeted assassinations – a technique that the Israelis use with some frequency – without ever reaching anything approaching consensus.
I’ve always argued, unsuccessfully, that there’s no point in giving money to the arts unless you educate people in them.
My parents argued a lot. It was pretty tumultuous at times.