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Freedom of the press is essential to the preservation of a democracy; but there is a difference between freedom and license. Edito ...
He saw Mr. Lincoln but once; at the melancholy function called an Inaugural Ball. Of course he looked anxiously for a sign of char ...
Who could not be moved by the sight of that poor, demoralized rabble, outwitted, outflanked, outmaneuvered by the U.S. military? Y ...
... the wife of an executive would be a better wife had she been a secretary first. As a secretary, you learn to adjust to the bos ...
[I] delivered the Introduction of it to Baldwin, that I might say my book was at if not in the press on New Year's Day.
Down the blue night the unending columns press
In noiseless tumult, break and wave and flow,
I press not to the quire, nor dare I greet
The holy place with my unhallowed feet;
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Flee from the press and dwell with soothfastness;
Suffice unto thy good though it be small,
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I would have these good people to recollect, that the laws of this country hold out to foreigners an offer of all that liberty of ...
You know, Mr. Secretary, I have found out in the course of a long public life that the things I did not say never hurt me.
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