- Jack Harte (Irish politician) (born 1920), Irish Labour Party senator
- John Harte (mayor), Lord Mayor of London
- Paddy Harte (born 1931), Irish politician
- Robert Sheldon Harte (1915–1940), American communist, assistant to Trotsky
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Famous quotes containing the word politics:
“His talk was like a spring, which runs
With rapid change from rocks to roses:
It slipped from politics to puns,
It passed from Mahomet to Moses;
Beginning with the laws which keep
The planets in their radiant courses,
And ending with some precept deep
For dressing eels, or shoeing horses.”
—Winthrop Mackworth Praed (18021839)
“The [nineteenth-century] young men who were Puritans in politics were anti-Puritans in literature. They were willing to die for the independence of Poland or the Manchester Fenians; and they relaxed their tension by voluptuous reading in Swinburne.”
—Rebecca West (18921983)
“Writing is the continuation of politics by other means.”
—Philippe Sollers (b. 1936)