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… is from Lord Bolingbroke’s 1717 letter to Sir William Windham, as quoted on page 248 of David Boaz’s important 2015 volume, The Libertarian Mind: I am afraid that we came to Court in the same dispositions as all parties have done; that the principal spring of our actions was to have the government of the state in our hands; that our principal views were the conservation of this power, great employments to ourselves, and great opportunities of rewarding those who had helped to raise us and of hurting those who stood in opposition to us.

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… is from Lord Bolingbroke’s 1717 letter to Sir William Windham, as quoted on page 248 of David Boaz’s important 2015 volume, The Libertarian Mind:

Quotation of the Day…I am afraid that we came to Court in the same dispositions as all parties have done; that the principal spring of our actions was to have the government of the state in our hands; that our principal views were the conservation of this power, great employments to ourselves, and great opportunities of rewarding those who had helped to raise us and of hurting those who stood in opposition to us.

Don Boudreaux
He is a professor of economics at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Previously, he was president of the Foundation for Economic Education.

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