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THE INDISPENSABLE OPPOSITION [I] Were they pressed hard enough, most
men would probably confess that political freedom— that is to say, the right to
speak freely and to act in opposition— is a noble ideal rather than a practical ...
should tell me what ails me, that I should listen to him; that if I do not like what he
says I should be free to call in another doctor; and that then the first doctor should
have to listen to the second doctor; and that out of all the speaking and listening ...
In this hour of its most terrible trial, it could surely have found a great many of us
willing to speak. Quite frankly I have never been very much interested in
Commencements, although I recognize their important symbolic function. But it
seems to ...
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This is a freshman level college anthology. Any anthology of course suffers from having to include too much, to having to exclude other items. This one seems quite workable. Read full review
THE RIGHT USE OF LANGUAGE
THE AMERICAN CRISIS
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