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Wendell Berry

“Protest that endures, I think, is moved by a hope far more modest than that of public success: namely, the hope of preserving qualities in one's own heart and spirit that would be destroyed by acquiescence.”


Wendell Berry, What Are People For?: Essays
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What Are People For?: Essays What Are People For?: Essays by Wendell Berry
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