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Two wars necessitated vast curtailments of liberty,...
Good and evil both increase at compound...
In the ancient world individuals have sold...
Of all tyrannies, a tyranny exercised for the good...
Not to be, but to seem, virtuous...
What assurance have we that our masters...
We must give full weight to Sir...
For who can endure a doctrine which...
[Prosperity] knits a man to the world....
Progress means movement in a desired direction,...
The question...
Experience: that most brutal of teachers. But...
Here, I think, lies our real dilemma....
I do not like the pretensions of Government...
Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised...
A little...
Again, the new oligarchy must more...
That is the key to history. Terrific...
War creates no absolutely new situation: it simply...
A man may have to die for our...
We have on the one hand a desperate...
Of all tyrannies, a tyranny exercised for the good...
To live his life in his own...
I believe a man is happier, and happy...
'Useful,' and 'necessity' was always 'the tyrant's...
Observe how the 'humane' attitude to crime...
What I want to fix your attention...
It is easy to think the State...
I care far more how humanity lives...
Hitherto the plans of the educationalists have...
Thus the criminal ceases to be a person,...
As a Christian I take it for granted...
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