Quotes by John Galt
The cloven-foot of self-interest was now and then to be seen aneath the robe of public principle.
To rule without being felt…is the great mystery of policy.
From the time of the ''The North Briton'' of the unprincipled John Wilkes‚ a notion has been entertained that the moral spine in Scotland is more flexible than in England. The truth however is‚ that an elementary difference exists in the public feelings of the two nations quite as great as in the idioms of their respective dialects. The English are a justice-loving people‚ according to charter and statute; the Scotch are a wrong-resenting race‚ according to right and feeling: and the character of liberty among them takes its aspect from that peculiarity.
In a word, man in London is not quite so good a creature as he is out of it.
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