Quotation by Henri Benjamin Constant De Rebecque

Where there are no rights, there are no duties. To tell the truth is thus a duty; but it is a duty only in respect to one who has a right to the truth.
Henri Benjamin Constant De Rebecque (1767–1830), French writer, orator, statesman. "On Political Reactions," pt. 6, no. 1, in France (1797).
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