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Censorship ends in logical completeness when nobody is allowed to read any books except the books that nobody reads.


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Suppose the world were only one of God's jokes, would you work any the less to make it a good joke instead of a bad one.
George Bernard Shaw

It's so hard to know what to do when one wishes earnestly to do right.
George Bernard Shaw

He didn't dare to, because his father had a weak heart and habitually threatened to drop dead if anybody hurt his feelings. You may have noticed that people with weak hearts are the tyrants of English married life.
George Bernard Shaw

The first condition of progress is the removal of censorship.
George Bernard Shaw

I am a sort of collector of religions and the curious thing is that I find I can believe in them all.
George Bernard Shaw

The pianoforte is the most important of all musical instruments its invention was to music what the invention of printing was to poetry
George Bernard Shaw

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