Henry Clay Quote

Precedents deliberately established by wise men are entitled to great weight. They are evidence of truth, but only evidence... But a solitary precedent... which has never been reexamined, cannot be conclusive.


Speech, Senate (18 February 1835).

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Precedents deliberately established by wise men are entitled to great weight. They are evidence of truth, but only evidence... But a solitary...

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Precedents deliberately established by wise men are entitled to great weight. They are evidence of truth, but only evidence... But a solitary...

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Precedents deliberately established by wise men are entitled to great weight. They are evidence of truth, but only evidence... But a solitary...

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Precedents deliberately established by wise men are entitled to great weight. They are evidence of truth, but only evidence... But a solitary...