Respectfully Quoted: A Dictionary of Quotations. 1989.
James Truslow Adams (18781949)
It may be that without a vision men shall die. It is no less true that, without hard practical sense, they shall also die. Without Jefferson the new nation might have lost its soul. Without Hamilton it would assuredly have been killed in body.
JAMES TRUSLOW ADAMS, Jeffersonian Principles and Hamiltonian Principles, p. xvii (1932).