John Adams Quote

Now to what higher object, to what greater character, can any mortal aspire than to be possessed of all this knowledge, well digested and ready at command, to assist the feeble and friendless, to discountenance the haughty and lawless, to procure redress of wrongs, the advancement of right, to assert and maintain liberty and virtue, to discourage and abolish tyranny and vice?


Letter to Jonathan Sewall [October 1759]

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Now to what higher object, to what greater character, can any mortal aspire than to be possessed of all this knowledge, well digested and ready at...

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Now to what higher object, to what greater character, can any mortal aspire than to be possessed of all this knowledge, well digested and ready at...

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Now to what higher object, to what greater character, can any mortal aspire than to be possessed of all this knowledge, well digested and ready at...

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Now to what higher object, to what greater character, can any mortal aspire than to be possessed of all this knowledge, well digested and ready at...