A Quote by Edmund Burke on history, morality, nature, reason, spirit, and youth
All those instances to be found in history, whether real or fabulous, of a doubtful public spirit, at which morality is perplexed, reason is staggered, and from which affrighted Nature recoils, are their chosen and almost sole examples for the instruction of their youth.
Source: Letter i. On a Regicide Peace. Vol. v.P. 311.
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