The third book does not quote with an exclamation point.
Both books quote people who remember where they were and what they were doing when they first heard it.
The two were written concurrently, and the book quotes lyrics from several of the songs.
This book quotes his father as saying, "We went by several Indians.
Her book quotes from Ailey's journals, for example, which he kept for several decades beginning in the 1950's.
The book quoted one student who said, "To be able to sit down, one on one, with some of these people is mind-blowing."
He said the book quoted Dr. Jokl more than 30 times.
"The book quoted the 1917 revolutionary slogan: peace, land, bread and freedom," she said.
A recent book on evaluation in education (Hamilton et al., 1977) quotes from the project:
The book quotes a statement made by General Clay years later: