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A crowd is not company, and faces are but a gallery of pictures. (Quote by - Francis Bacon)

The mob is a monster, with the hands of Briareus, but the head of Polyphemus,--strong to execute, but blind to perceive. (Quote by - Charles Caleb Colton)

You will never escape the will of the mob; about the best anyone has ever figured out how to do is herd them into voting booths. (Quote by - Barry Shein)

The mob is man voluntarily descending to the nature of the beast. (Quote by - Ralph Waldo Emerson)

It is an easy and vulgar thing to please the mob, and not a very arduous task to astonish them; but essentially to benefit and to improve them is a work fraught with difficulty, and teeming with danger. (Quote by - Charles Caleb Colton)

The mob is the mother of tyrants. (Quote by - Diogenes)

A mob is a group of persons with heads but no brains. Thomas Fuller. (Quote by - Thomas Fuller)

The mob has nothing to lose, everything to gain. (Quote by - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)

The mob is a sort of bear; while your ring is through its nose, it will even dance under your cudgel; but should the ring slip, and you lose your hold, the brute will turn and rend you. (Quote by - Jane Porter)

Get together a hundred or two men, however sensible they may be, and you are very likely to have a mob. (Quote by - Samuel Johnson)

It has been very truly said that the mob has many heads, but no brains. (Quote by - Antoine de Rivarol)

Let there be an entire abstinence from intoxicating drinks throughout this country during the period of a single generation, and a mob would be as impossible as combustion without oxygen. (Quote by - Horace Mann )

A crowd always thinks with its sympathy, never with its reason. (Quote by - William Rounseville Alger)

The nose of a mob is its imagination. By this, at any time, it can be quietly led. (Quote by - Edgar Allan Poe)

It is proof of a bad cause when it is applauded by the mob. (Quote by - Seneca)

Every numerous assembly is a mob; everything there depends on instantaneous turns. (Quote by - Cardinal De Retz)

When roused to rage the maddening populace storms, their fury, like a rolling flame, bursts forth unquenchable; but give its violence ways, it spends itself, and as its force abates, learns to obey and yields it to your will. (Quote by - Euripides)

Every man has a mob self and an individual self, in varying proportions. (Quote by - D. H. Lawrence)

A mob is usually a creature of very mysterious existence, particularly in a large city. Where it comes from, or whither it goes, few men can tell. Assembling and dispersing with equal suddenness, it is as difficult to follow to its various sources as the sea itself; nor does the parallel stop here, for the ocean is not more fickle and uncertain, more terrible when roused, more unreasonable or more cruel. (Quote by - Charles Dickens)

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