Memorable Quotations:
Women Journalists


"It took nine years, and a great depression,
and two wars ending in defeat, and one surrender without war,
to break my faith in the benign power of the press.
Gradually I came to realize that people
will more readily swallow lies than truth,
as if the taste of lies was homey,
appetizing: a habit."
--Martha Gellhorn

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Shana Alexander Quotations

Nancy Banks-Smith Quotations

Vicki Baum Quotations

Louise Bernikow Quotations

Victoria Billings Quotations

Erma Bombeck Quotations

Julie Burchill Quotations

Beatrix Campbell Quotations

Willa Cather Quotations

Carrie Chapman Catt Quotations

Shirley Conran Quotations

Dorothy Day Quotations

Dorothy Dix Quotations

Rheta Childe Dorr Quotations

Nora Ephron Quotations

Frances Fitzgerald Quotations

Martha Gellhorn Quotations

Gina Kolata Quotations

Fran Lebowitz Quotations

Clare Boothe Luce Quotations

Frances Marion Quotations

Agnes Meyer Quotations

Margaret Mitchell Quotations

Letty Cottin Pogrebin Quotations

Katherine Anne Porter Quotations

Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Quotations

Helen Rowland Quotations

Adela Rogers St. Johns Quotations

Gloria Steinem Quotations

Ida Tarbell Quotations

Dorothy Thompson Quotations

Rebecca West Quotations

Ella Wheeler Wilcox Quotations

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