Sunday, June 06, 2004


Man does right, as a rule, to have his thoughts more occupied with the interests of his nation than with those of others, because his actions are more likely to affect his own nation. But in time of war, and in all manners which are not of equal concern to other nations and to his own, a man ought to take account of the universal welfare, and not allow his survey to be limited by the interests, or supposed interests, of his own group, or nation. Poch Suzara


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