Margaret Bourke-White
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To understand another human being you must gain some insight into the conditions which made him what he is.

Usually I object when someone makes over-much of men's work versus women's work, for I think it is the excellence of the results which counts.

War correspondents see a great deal of the world. Our obligation is to pass it on to others.

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