"Infected with the new doctrines," said a third, eyeing the direction through his glass in passing; "set himself in opposition to the last Marquis, abandoned the estates when he inherited them, and left them to the ruffian herd.
"Extermination is good doctrine, my wife," said Defarge, rather troubled; "in general, I say nothing against it.
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She challenges accepted doctrine.
The Monroe Doctrine helped to limit European influence in South America.