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(About Democracy, Equality)

These, then, will be some of the features of democracy... it will be, in all likelihood, an agreeable, lawless, parti-colored commonwealth, dealing with all alike on a footing of equality, whether they be really equal or not.

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Prefer diligence before idleness, unless you esteem rust above brightness.

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