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"His end teaches us that it is not hard work, either mental or physical, that kills a man; it is anxiety and worry. Looking back over the years, I sometimes wonder how much we weigh our words in our opposition to each other, and in striving for the ideals in which we believe. How often do we think what effect our words will have upon the one who is listening to our criticism?"

JAMES HENRY, SCULLIN - on John Curtin's death in 1945, John R Robertson, J. H. Scullin

"Justice and humanity demand interference whenever the weak are being crushed by the strong. "


"If people who return from this war are offered the dole and told there is no money for employment we can look for revolution."

JAMES HENRY, SCULLIN - On the second World War, John R Robertson, J. H. Scullin