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Thousands are collected from the idle and the extravagant for seeing dogs, horses, men and monkeys perform feats of activity, and, in some places, for the privilege only of seeing one another.
Those who profess outrageous zeal for the liberty and prosperity of their country, and at the same time infringe her laws, affront her religion and debauch her people, are but despicable quacks.
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Ethnic life in the United States has become a sort of contest like baseball in which the blacks are always the Chicago Cubs.
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Soame Jenyns was an English writer.
Disquisitions on several subjects (1782)
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