During research into his groundbreaking documentary The Anatomy of a Great Deception David found an alarming, yet interesting pattern of seemingly random quotes that, put together, created a narrative so prophetic it must be shared.
This is not your father's quote book. Follow the author's journey from disillusionment to enlightenment interpreted through quotes gathered while researching the author’s independent film.
If you dig deep enough you find the truth.
From Chapter One: In the Beginning
"There is nothing so powerful as truth, and often nothing so strange."
~ Daniel Webster - 1830
Secretary of State (1841-1843 & 1850-1852), U.S. Senator (1827-1841 & 1845-1850)
U.S. Congressman (1823-1827). (Lived 1782-1852)
Webster was a life-long statesman and one of the highest-regarded courtroom lawyers of his time. This self-evident truth comes from his argument in the trial of John Francis Knapp in 1830, known as "The Murder of Captain Joseph White." This was cited from, "The Great Speeches and Orations of Daniel Webster," by Edwin Whipple, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1886, p. 204.
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