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The liberty of the people, he says, whom power restrains unduly, perishes through liberty.
[Lat., Libertas, inquit, populi quem regna coercent,
All go free when multitudes offend.
[Lat., Quicquid multis peccatur inultum est.]
And they are ignorant that the purpose of the sword is to save every man from slavery.
The remaining liberty of the world
was to be destroyed in the place where it stood.
[Lat., Libertas ultima mundi
Quo steterit ferienda loco.]
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