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Two men live sixty-three years each. They meet face to face four times. One is superbly handsome, the finest flower of a civilizat ...
He who eats alone chokes alone.
Much literary criticism comes from people for whom extreme specialization is a cover for either grave cerebral inadequacy or termi ...
There are ... two minimum conditions necessary and sufficient for the existence of a legal system. On the one hand those rules of ...
Wouldst thou hear what man can say
In a little? Reader, stay.
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Time is a great legalizer, even in the field of morals.
The editors are committed to nothing save this: to keep common sense as fast as they can, to belabor sham as agreeably as possible ...
What ass first let loose the doctrine that the suffrage is a high boon and voting a noble privilege?
That is to say, he writes the worst English that I have ever encountered. It reminds me of a string of wet sponges; it reminds me ...
Has the art of politics no apparent utility? Does it appear to be unqualifiedly ratty, raffish, sordid, obscene, and low down, and ...
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