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Montesquieu well knew, and justly admired, the happy constitution of this country [Great Britain], where fixed and known laws equa ...
One does not inhabit a country; one inhabits a language. That is our country, our fatherland--and no other.
One thing is plain for all men of common sense and common conscience, that here, here in America, is the home of man. After all th ...
A few hours' mountain climbing turns a rogue and a saint into two roughly equal creatures. Weariness is the shortest path to equal ...
African rights and liberty is a subject that ought to fire the breast of every free man of color in these United States, and excit ...
We can never safely exceed the actual facts in our narratives. Of pure invention, such as some suppose, there is no instance. To w ...
You sir, will bring down that renowned chair in which you sit into infamy if your seal is set to this instrument of perfidy; and t ...
There have been in this century only one great man and one great thing: Napoléon and liberty. For want of the great man, let us h ...
To introduce a new play only six weeks after another has been banned is also a way to speak one's piece to the government. It prov ...
We hold these truths to be sacred and undeniable; that all men are created equal and independent, that from that equal creation th ...
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