Samuel Johnson Quote

To love their country has been considered as virtue in men, whose love could not be otherwise than blind, because their preference was made without, a comparison; but it has never been my fortune to find, either in ancient or modern writers, any honourable mention of those, who have, with equal blindness, hated their country.


Taxation No Tyranny; an Answer to the Resolutions and Address of the American Congress.. (ed. 1775)

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