Aphorisms by Mark Twain

Writer, humorist and aphorist, born monday november 30, 1835 in Florida (United States), died thursday april 21, 1910 in Redding, Connecticut (United States)
You can find this author also in Humor and in Novels.

These facts are all on the credit side of the proposition that the Jew is a good and orderly citizen. Summed up, they certify that he is quiet, peaceable, industrious, unaddicted to high crimes and brutal dispositions; that his family life is commendable; that he is not a burden upon public charities; that he is not a beggar; that in benevolence he is above the reach of competition. These are the very quintessentials of good citizenship.
Mark Twain
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