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cooperation Quotes

Seven of the best book quotes about cooperation
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“When men are no longer united amongst themselves by firm and lasting ties, it is impossible to obtain the cooperation of any great number of them, unless you can persuade every man whose concurrence you require that this private interest obliges him voluntarily to unite his exertions to the exertions of all the rest.”
Alexis de Tocqueville
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Democracy in America, Volume II
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″[Mama] would quickly subordinate her own desires to those of the family or the community, because she knew cooperation was the only way to survive.”
Rigu Sukai Wakatsuki
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“Every man in the boat had absolute confidence in every one of his mates... Why they won cannot be attributed to individuals, not even to stroke Dun Hume. Heartfelt cooperation all spring was responsible for the victory.”
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“This longing of God’s to give us peace and assurance and a sense of well-being only awaits our willingness to cooperate with God’s limitless magnanimity.”
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“I think we ought to do all we can to make these creatures friendly. It might turn out to be well worth the trouble.”
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“He felt the warmth of the body and the fast beat of the small heart. Suddenly, holding Fluff firmly in his left hand, he pulled himself out of the door Keith had used and walked across the pavement to the front gate.”
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“Cats use a different kind of knowledge. I only try to teach Manners and Cooperation, which means courtesy and getting on with one another.”

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