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'''''I am less concerned with good and evil than with freedom and non-freedom. Good and evil may both exist within a free society. But given sufficient time, all that remains under tyranny is evil.
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We seek only a consistent application of the principle of liberty, without exception, without excuse, without compromise. We do not promise infallibility, but are determined, against the trend of six thousand years of human history, to make our errors on the side of individual rights.
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I am less concerned with good and evil than with freedom and non-freedom. Good and evil may both exist within a free society. But given sufficient time, all that remains under tyranny is evil.

We seek only a consistent application of the principle of liberty, without exception, without excuse, without compromise. We do not promise infallibility, but are determined, against the trend of six thousand years of human history, to make our errors on the side of individual rights.

Albert Gallatin

Rule of Reason

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