Andrew Young (1932- ): Ambassador to the United Nations
What people want in the world is not ideology; they want goods and services.
(Interview, Newsweek, 28 March 1977)
Nothing is illegal if one hundred businessmen decide to do it.
(Remark to reporters, September 1980)
Art Young (1866–1943): Radical cartoonist
He built the Road -- With others of his class, he built the road, Now o'er it, many a weary mile, he packs his load, Chasing a job, spurred on by hunger's goad, He walks and walks, and wonders why In hell he built the road.
( Industrial Worker, 23 April 1910)
Brigham Young (1801–1877): Mormon leader
This is the place.
(Upon coming to the Great Salt Lake Basin where the Mormon Zion was constructed, 24 July 1847)
George W. Young (?-?): Temperance advocate
The lips that touch liquor must never touch mine.
(Slogan, c. 1870)
Joseph Zangara (1900–1935): Attempted assassin of President- elect Franklin D. Roosevelt
Too many people are starving to death.
(While shooting a revolver at Franklin D. Roosevelt and killing Chicago mayor Anton Cermak, February 1933)