…friend Master Bates, joined in the hue-and-cry which was raised at Oliver’s heels, in consequence of their executing an illegal conveyance of Mr. Brownlow’s personal property, as has been already described, they were actuated by a very laudable and becoming regard for themselves; and forasmuch as the freedom of the subject and the liberty of the individual are among the first and proudest boasts of a true-hearted Englishman, so, I need hardly beg the reader to observe, that this…
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I appreciate his laudable efforts to save the environment.
Positively, free trade is laudable for the way it encourages us to see to members of unfamiliar groups as partners, not enemies.
Will Wilkinson -- Capitalism and Human Nature -- http://www.cato.org/research/articles/wilkinson-050201.html(retrieved 06/29/06)