John Adams Quote

As unbalanced parties of every description can never tolerate a free inquiry of any kind, when employed against themselves, the license, and even the most temperate freedom of the press, soon excite resentment and revenge.


Discourses on Davila (ed. 1805)

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As unbalanced parties of every description can never tolerate a free inquiry of any kind, when employed against themselves, the license, and even the ...

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As unbalanced parties of every description can never tolerate a free inquiry of any kind, when employed against themselves, the license, and even the ...

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As unbalanced parties of every description can never tolerate a free inquiry of any kind, when employed against themselves, the license, and even the ...

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As unbalanced parties of every description can never tolerate a free inquiry of any kind, when employed against themselves, the license, and even the ...