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I do not believe in the creed...
These are the times that try men's...
This new world hath been the asylum...
Men who look upon themselves born to reign,...
I have always strenuously supported the right...
Practical religion consists in doing good: and the only...
Society in every state is a blessing,...
Of all the tyrannies that affect mankind,...
Of more worth is one honest man...
Character is much easier kept than recovered....
The supposed quietude of a good man...
As to religion, I hold it to be the...
Though the flame of liberty may sometimes...
The American constitutions were to liberty, what...
What we obtain too cheap, we esteem...
The peaceable part of mankind will be continually...
Time makes more converts than reason.
Age after age has passed away, for no other...
Reason obeys itself; and ignorance does whatever...
There are two distinct classes of men...
It is impossible to calculate the moral...
When we...
He that would make his own liberty...
The danger to which the success of revolutions...
A constitution defines and limits the powers...
A constitution is not the act of a government,...
Those who expect to reap the blessings...
A constitution is not the act of a government,...
The strength and power of despotism consists...
Freedom had been hunted round the globe; reason...
Society is produced by our wants, and government...
Truth never envelops itself in mystery...
When men yield up the privilege of thinking,...
When I contemplate the natural dignity of man;...
Government ought to be as much open...
Beware the greedy hand of government, thrusting...
It has been thought a considerable advance...
When men yield up the privilege of thinking,...
But if you say, you can still...
He who dares not offend cannot be honest....
The most formidable weapons against errors of every...
Independence is my happiness, and I view...
For all men being originally equals, no one...
Perhaps the sentiments contained in the following...
An avidity to punish is always dangerous...
From the east to the west blow...
The trade of governing has always been...
Reason and Ignorance, the opposites of each...
All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish,...
Society in every state is a blessing,...
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