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Men are born unequal. The great benefit of society is to diminish this inequality as much as possible by procuring for everybody security, the necessary property, education, and succor.

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Joseph Joubert

There is no freedom unless there is a firm and powerful will to maintain acknowledged order.

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Joseph Joubert

You are remembered for the rules you break.
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Douglas MacArthur

There is no freedom unless there is a firm and powerful will to maintain acknowledged order.

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Joubert

Money flows around rules and it always has.



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Katherine Mangu-Ward Katherine Mangu-Ward is an American journalist, currently (2013) writing for the libertarian magazine Reason,[1] where she serves as Managing Editor. Her writing frequently focuses on food, technology, and education policy. She holds a degree in political science and philosophy from Yale University. Mangu-Ward began her career as a reporter for The Weekly Standard magazine. She also served as a researcher at The New York Times op-ed page. In 2005 she was named a Phillips Foundation Journalism Fellow.[2] She is a Future Tense fellow at New America Foundation

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