Henry Adams Quote

From early childhood his moral principles had struggled blindly with his interests, but he was certain of one law that ruled all others — masses of men invariably follow interests in deciding morals. Morality is a private and costly luxury.


The Education of Henry Adams (1907)

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From early childhood his moral principles had struggled blindly with his interests, but he was certain of one law that ruled all others — masses of ...

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From early childhood his moral principles had struggled blindly with his interests, but he was certain of one law that ruled all others — masses of ...

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From early childhood his moral principles had struggled blindly with his interests, but he was certain of one law that ruled all others — masses of ...

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From early childhood his moral principles had struggled blindly with his interests, but he was certain of one law that ruled all others — masses of ...