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Elizabeth Drew

  • Democracy, like any noncoercive relationship, rests on a shared understanding of limits.

    • Elizabeth Drew,
    • in The Washington Journal ()
  • [On newspapers:] A first draft of history.

    • Elizabeth Drew,
    • in The Washington Journal ()
  • People are very inclined to set moral standards for others.

    • Elizabeth Drew,
    • in The New Yorker ()
  • Money buys access; access buys influence.

    • Elizabeth Drew,
    • on campaign contributions, KQED San Francisco radio interview ()

Elizabeth Drew, U.S. political journalist, writer

(1935)