"The most absolute authority is that which
penetrates into a man’s innermost being
and concerns itself no less with his will
than with his actions."
by:
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
(1712-1778) Political philosopher, educationist and essayist
Source:
The Social Contract, 1762
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Read "Behold The Pale Horse" by William Cooper
 -- CAP     
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    The will of a man exists in a state of subjugation to that with which he most profoundly identifies, either freely or under duress.
     -- Patrick Henry, Red Hill     
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    OK, as a stand alone concept, I can go along with that. I'm not sure how to rate it - tooooo many applications.
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    Hence, the 'battle for hearts and minds.'
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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