An Analysis under Special Consideration of the Publishing Market
Translations of Portuguese Quotations 327
327 Translations of Portuguese Quotations Chapter 2 p. 35, n. 1: ‘But the State’s fortune, a necessary requirement to res- cue Nation from total ruin and disorder, is not enough to sustain material and moral renovation and it does not ensure stability, the future of accomplished work. That must be based on the reform of education’. p. 37, n. 8: ‘[…] we have respected the believer’s conscience and have consolidated religious peace – We do not question God […] We have resolutely placed nationalism at the indestructible basis of the New State […] we do not question the Mother Country. We do not question authority […] it is a fact and a need […]we do not question family. Man is raised in it, and generations are brought up in it […] we do neither question Work, both as a right nor as an obligation’. p. 37, n. 9: ‘The Education to be implemented, at a time of national rebirth, has to start from an act of faith in the Portuguese nation and be inspired by healthy nationalism. You have to love and get to know Portugal – its past heroic greatness, its present of material and moral possibilities and foresee it in its future of progress, beauty and harmony’ p. 38, n. 11: ‘I consider more urgent the creation of vast elites than the necessity to teach the people how to read. Because major do- mestic problems must be solved by elites and not by masses. Be- cause major domestic problems must be solved by elites that...
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