Some articles on american man, american, man:
... of two books, US Guys The True and Twisted Mind of the American Man and Work and Other Sins ... The preface of US Guys includes this quote on Leduff's view of the American male The American man has been taught that while it is better to avoid a fight that honor cannot always be ... An American man should know how to load and fire a gun ...
... like under the Tsar!" Every morning a man would come up to the newspaper stand, and buy a copy of Pravda, look at the front page and then toss it angrily into the near-by bin ... "Excuse me," he said to the man, "Every morning you buy a copy of Pravda from me and chuck it in the bin without even opening it ... interested in the front page,' replied the man ...
... Junkyard Willie A gravelly-voiced African-American man with a bad attitude ... who gets under people's skin ("You sound like stupid American") ... Old Man Louie Pellagrini A senile 90-something-year-old ("I love booze and broads") ...
Famous quotes containing the words american man, man and/or american:
“The white American man makes the white American woman maybe not superfluous but just a little kind of decoration. Not really important to turning around the wheels of the state. Well the black American woman has never been able to feel that way. No black American man at any time in our history in the United States has been able to feel that he didnt need that black woman right against him, shoulder to shoulderin that cotton field, on the auction block, in the ghetto, wherever.”
—Maya Angelou (b. 1928)
“It is surely a matter of common observation that a man who knows no one thing intimately has no views worth hearing on things in general. The farmer philosophizes in terms of crops, soils, markets, and implements, the mechanic generalizes his experiences of wood and iron, the seaman reaches similar conclusions by his own special road; and if the scholar keeps pace with these it must be by an equally virile productivity.”
—Charles Horton Cooley (18641929)
“One can not be an American by going about saying that one is an American. It is necessary to feel America, like America, love America and then work.”
—Georgia OKeeffe (18871986)