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The Politics Of A Tyrant

An adoption of my notes on “Discours de la servitude volontaire”

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As soon as he acquires the title of master, the power of one man alone becomes abusive and unreasonable.

It is a great misfortune to be at the beck and call of one master, for it is impossible to be sure that he will be kind since it is always in his power to be cruel whenever he pleases.




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