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Therefore I will not restrain my mouth; I will speak in the anguish of my spirit; I will complain in the bitterness of my soul.
While criticism or fear of punishment may restrain us from doing wrong, it does not make us wish to do right. Disregarding this si ...
I am sensible that my keenness of temper, and a vanity to be distinguished for the day, make me too often splash in life.... I am ...
Burke and Adams had much in common. Adams read Burke's Philosophical Inquiry, for example, as part of his preparation for life and ...
Montesquieu well knew, and justly admired, the happy constitution of this country [Great Britain], where fixed and known laws equa ...
Public administrators would get along better if they would restrain the impulse to butt in or be dragged into trouble. They should ...
In the course of writing one historical book or another, it has happened that I could hardly restrain myself from simply copying e ...
The poet needs a ground in popular tradition on which he may work, and which, again, may restrain his art within the due temperanc ...
Can a free people restrain crime without sacrificing fundamental liberties and a heritage of compassion?... Let us show that we ca ...
Riches are valuable at all times, and to all men; because they always purchase pleasures, such as men are accustomed to, and desir ...
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