The Soul of Man Under Socialism Quotes
There is no necessity to separate the monarch from the mob; all authority is equally bad.
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The first impression that one gets of a ruler and of his brains is from seeing the men that he has about him.
The faults of the people spring from the faults of their rulers.
God is alive. Magic is afoot. God is alive. Magic is afoot. God is afoot. Magic is alive. Alive is afoot. Magic never died....
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