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Robert Louis Stevenson
My Politics
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These are my politics: to change what we can; to better what
we can; but still to bear in mind that man is but a devil weakly
fettered by some generous beliefs and impositions; and for
no word however sounding, and no cause however just and
pious, to relax the stricture of these bonds.

("The Dynamiter. Epilogue of the Cigar Divan")

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