Sunday, September 11, 2005

Borrowed words...

"There is in America, more than any other country, a large body of people who attend quietly to their farms, or follow their several occupations; who pay no regard to the clamors of anonymous scribblers, who think for themselves, and judge of government, not by the fury of newspaper writers, but by the prudent frugality of it's measures, and the encouragement it gives to the improvement and proproperity of the country....When this body moves, all the little barkings of scribbling and witless curs pass for nothing."


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