1. "They learned to hate her unknowability, her untouchability, the collage of her."
- Quote by Jonathan Safran Foer
3. "Ambedkar’s presidential speech elaborated on these themes. He argued forcefully that the multiplicity of castes, races, religions and languages could not come in the way of India’s readiness for independence. His eloquent and scathing indictment of imperialism attacked Britain for the impoverishment of India and for doing nothing to lighten either the burden of untouchability or the exploitation of peasants and workers. Finally, his reference to ‘capitalists’ and ‘landlords’ and his characterization of the Congress leaders as ‘feudalists’ indicate the growing influence of socio-economic radicalism on his thinking."
- Gail Omvedt, Ambedkar: Towards an Enlightened India
9. "Good manners reflect something from inside-an innate sense of consideration for others and respect for self."
- Quote by Emily Post