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"I don't want you to think I blame the Doctor for using your columns. After all, every performer goes for the audience that applauds him most" (Act I, Scene 1, pg. 8.)

"Society, Captain, is like a ship—every man should do something to help navigate the ship" (Act I, Scene 1, pg. 14.)

"You work so much. My teacher says that work is a punishment for our sins" (Act I, Scene 1, pg. 16.)



"The public doesn't need new ideas—the public is much better with old ideas." (Act II, Scene 1, pg. 31.)

"Without power, what good is truth?" (Act II, Scene 1, pg. 34.)

"It happens to be a fact. Plus another fact—you'll forgive me for talking about facts in a newspaper office" (Act II, Scene 1, pg. 43.)

"The people haven't spoken. And I have the people because I have the truth, my friends" (Act II, Scene 1, pg. 47.)

"Nor does one automatically become...

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