He that would make his own liberty securemust guard even his enemy from oppression;for if he violates this dutyhe establishes a precedentthat will reach to himself.— Thomas Paine, Dissertation on First Principles of Government (1791)
Posted by kazvorpal on October 8, 2014 in Liberty, Politics, Quotations
Tags: america, bill of rights, declaration of independence, enemies, founding fathers, hypocrisy, liberty, oppression, thomas paine, tom paine
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