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Ruth Beebe Hill

  • As soon as you take out a pencil and paper with the Indians, you're one thing to them — an anthropologist — and what they tell to anthropologists is always distorted.

    • Ruth Beebe Hill,
    • in Newsweek ()
  • I own my life. And only mine. And so I shall appreciate my person. And so I shall make proper use of myself.

    • Ruth Beebe Hill
  • Peace means loyalty to self. ... And loyalty to one's self means never a gap between thought, speech, act.

    • Ruth Beebe Hill

Ruth Beebe Hill, U.S. writer

(1913)