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|1056 Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary |
Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety. ... 682 (1942) gives Where liberty
dwells, there is my country, with a note that this was in a Franklin letter to
|10. Where. Liberty. is. Not,. There. is. My. Country. When the great French |
Revolution broke out, Thomas Paine felt an immediate wish to take a hand in it.
His book, "Common Sense," had probably done more than any other book to
bring the ...
|... Where liberty is, there is my country, cried out, Where liberty is not, there is |
my country. Though the United States motivated both men's exclamations,
Paine's promised fresh campaigns. All along Paine had pictured America as an
|"Where liberty dwells, there is my country," Franklin said; but Paine said, "Where |
liberty dwells not, there is my country." He went to Europe in 1787. In answer to
Burke's Reflections on the French Revolution he published The Rights of Man, ...
|It struck me that a slight alteration of the inscription would render it more |
appropriate, thus : WHERE THE LIBERTY TO SELL RUM DWELLS, THERE IS
MY COUNTRY. My hearers, liberty does not dwell in a rum shop. The wont of
slavery is ...
|Here, I am reminded of a story John Keane reports in his biography of Tom Paine'|
4: 'Where liberty is, there is my country', Benjamin Franklin once reportedly
remarked to Tom Paine. 'Where liberty is not, there is my country', Paine replied.
|Franklin's motto was, Ubi Ubertas, ibi patria Where Liberty is, there is my |
country. Had our friend adopted that for his rule, he would have stayed in Europe.
Liberty for him is there. The colored man who returns, like our friend, to labor, ...