Quotation by Joseph Addison

[W]e are all guilty in some Measure of the same narrow way of Thinking ... when we fancy the Customs, Dresses, and Manners of other Countries are ridiculous and extravagant, if they do not resemble those of our own.
Joseph Addison (1672–1719), British author, and Jonathan Swift (1667–1745), British satirist. The Spectator, No. 50 (1711).
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