Charles Montesquieu Quotes and Quotations
The less men think; the more they talk.
What the orators want in depth, they give you in length.
Republics are brought to their ends by luxury; monarchies by poverty.
I have ever held it as a maxim never to do that through another which it was possible for me to execute myself.
I have always observed that to succeed in the world one should appear like a fool but be wise.
Those who have few things to attend to are great babblers; for the less men think, the more they talk.