Thomas Paine Quotes About Reputation

Quotes about: Reputation
  • Character is much easier kept than recovered.

    Thomas Paine (1819). “The American Crisis”, p.190
  • He, who survives his reputation, lives out of despite himself, like a man listening to his own reproach.

    Thomas Paine (2016). “THE AMERICAN CRISIS – Revolutionary Work Which Inspired the American People to Fight for Their Independence: Including “The Life of Thomas Paine” – Extensive Biography of the Author”, p.47, e-artnow
  • A man may write himself out of reputation when nobody else can do it.

    Thomas Paine, John P. Kaminski (2002). “Citizen Paine: Thomas Paine's Thoughts on Man, Government, Society, and Religion”, p.202, Rowman & Littlefield

Thomas Paine

  • Born: February 9, 1737
  • Died: June 8, 1809
  • Occupation: Author
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