The Interpretation of Laws

Crimes and Punishments: In the 21st Century, Chapter 6 (10 of 50)

The despotism of this multitude of tyrants, in more insupportable, the less distance is between the oppressor and the oppressed; more fatal than that of one, for the tyranny of many is not to be shaken off, but by having recourse to that of one alone. It is crueler, as it meets with more opposition, and the

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Dr. Michael Wood Jr.

Dr. Michael Wood Jr.

USMC, BPD(ret), author “The Business of Policing”

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