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If through your vices you afflicted are, Lay not the blame of your distress on God; You made your rulers mighty, gave them guards, So now you groan 'neath slavery's heavy rod.
We can have justice whenever those who have not been injured by injustice are as outraged by it as those who have been.
For often evil men are rich, and good men poor; But we will not exchange with them Our virtue for their wealth since one abides always, While riches change their owners every day.
A half truth is the worst of all lies, because it can be defended in partiality.
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