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Excerpt from Letters and Social Aims
Michel Angelo indicates his perpetual study as in boyhood, I carry my satchel still. Machiavel described the papacy as a stone inserted in the body Of Italy to keep the wound open. To the Parliament debating how to tax America, Burke exclaimed, Shear the wolf. Our Kentuckian orator said of his dissent from his companion, I showed him the back of my hand. And our proverb of the courteous soldier reads An iron hand in a velvet glove.
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