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"Since people, in a competitive or any other society, are by no means always just to each other, some regulation by the state in its capacity of umpire is unavoidable, What must be kept in mind is that the greatest injustice of all is done when the umpire forgets that he too is bound by the rules, and begins to make them as between contestants in behalf of his own prejudices."

Felix Morley
(1894-1982) American jourmalist. author, editor for The Washington Post (1933-40), 1936 Pulitzer Prize
Freedom and Federalism, 1959

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