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"A good drama aspires to be and a tragedy must be a depiction of a human interaction in which both antagonists are, arguably, in the right." (Chapter 1, page 2)

"In a potentially violent altercation, the party nearest his opponent's home will withdraw." (Chapter 3, page 11)

"Civilization is preceded by culture, which is worked out by innumerable interactions over ages." (Chapter 3, page 18)

"Freudianism. . . [is] a disease which presents itself as its own cure." (Chapter 6, page 34)

"This new post-governmental America, then, may, without guilt, apologize for the arrogance of its prosperity and the beauty of its traditions and culture, and plead with the weak of the world to be allowed to join them." (Chapter 7, page 49)

"Most legislation aimed at eliminating unhappiness and discontent has resulted in misery." (Chapter 13, page 71)

"Socialism is the end of all invention; it is the happy face of slavery. Mankind are greater gainers by suffering each other to live...

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