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- Are we to understand that if the public deems it necessary to curtail your profits, you do not recognize its right to do so?2.4 Part 2 Chapter 4 — The Sanction of the Victim (49% in)
- The adversary she found herself forced to fight was not worth matching or beating; it was not a superior ability which she would have found honor in challenging; it was ineptitude-a gray spread of cotton that deemed soft and shapeless, that could offer no resistance to anything or anybody, yet managed to be a barrier in her way.1.3 Part 1 Chapter 3 — The Top and the Bottom (42% in)
- If it is now believed that my fellow men may sacrifice me in any manner they please for the sake of whatever they deem to be their own good, if they believe that they may seize my property simply because they need it-well, so does any burglar.2.4 Part 2 Chapter 4 — The Sanction of the Victim (48% in)
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