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Shame by Dick Gregory

1. I never learned hate at home, or shame. I had to go to school for that. I was about
seven years old when I got my first big lesson. (Gregory, Shame, para. 1)
2. Everybody's got a Helene Tucker, a symbol of everything you want. (Gregory,
Shame, para. 2)
3. Pregnant people get strange tastes. I was pregnant with poverty. (Gregory,
Shame, para. 6)
Kinds of Discipline by John Holt
4. The first and foremost is what we might call the Discipline of Nature or of
Reality. When he is trying to do something real, if he does the wrong thing or
doesnt pile one block right on top of another, or tries to build on a slanting
surface, his tower falls down. (Holt, Kinds of Discipline, par. 1)
5. Man is a social, a cultural animal. Children sense around them this culture, this
network of agreements, customs, habits, and rules binding the adults together.
(Holt, Kinds of Discipline, par. 2)
6. To bow to superior force makes us feel impotent and cowardly for not having
had the strength or courage to resist. Worse, it makes us resentful and vengeful.
(Holt, Kinds of Discipline, par. 3)
My Strangled Speech by Dan Slater
7. The stuttering rat always lurks. (Slater, My Strangled Speech, par. 8)
8. For a stutterer, every speech hang-up carves a little more confidence out of him,
leaving behind an ever-deepening sinkhole of shame and self-hatred (Slater, My
Strangled Speech, par. 20)
9. For all the empathy that can make a good speech therapist effective, perhaps
there's one thing a non-stutterer can never understand: If we go to therapy, we
think 9about it. If we don't go to therapy, we think about it. It's always there.
(Slater, My Strangled Speech, par. 31)
Mirror Mirror on the Wall by John Leo
10. () beauty is in the eye of the beholder. (Leo, Mirror Mirror on the Wall,
par. 1)
11. In the long history of images and beauty, one staple is the male tendency to spot
new flaws in women, and the female tendency to work and suffer to remedy
them. (Leo, Mirror Mirror on the Wall, par. 6)
12. () the sexy beautiful women have seemed fictionalized, set apart from real
life. (Leo, Mirror Mirror on the Wall, par. 10)
The Pregnancy Trap by Gerry Garibaldi
13. In today's urban high school, there is no shame or social ostracism when girls
become pregnant (Garibaldi, The Pregnancy Trap, par. 2)
14. In theory, this provision of services is humane and defensible, an essential safety
net for the most vulnerable children who have children. In practice it is a
monolithic public endorsement of single motherhood one that has turned our
urban high schools into puppy mills. (Garibaldi, The Pregnancy Trap, par. 13)
15. The path for young, unwed mothers and for their children can be brutal
(Garibaldi, The Pregnancy Trap, par. 38)

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