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"The sheep are happier of themselves, than under the care of the wolves." p. 18

"Nothing then is unchangeable but the inherent and unalienable rights of man." p. 43

"Could it really be urged that the framers of the constitution intended that our Government should become a government of brokers? If so, then the profits of this national brokers' shop must inure to the benefit of the whole and not to a few privileged monied capitalists to the utter rejection of the many." p. 44

"This is a country of self-made men, than which there can be no better in any state of society." p. 66

"Let those who are interested remember that labor is the only source of wealth ..." p. 67

"We must remember, it is the most difficult process in the world to make two people of one." p. 69

"'Slavery,' he said, was 'the best guarantee to equality among the whites...

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