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"Politics ought to be adjusted not to human reasonings but to human nature, of which reason is but a part and by no means the greatest part." - Edmund Burke



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Politics ought to be adjusted not to human reasonings but to human nature, of which reason is but a part and by no means the greatest part. - Edmund Burke #1 Politics ought to be adjusted not to human reasonings but to human nature, of which reason is but a part and by no means the greatest part. - Edmund Burke #2 Politics ought to be adjusted not to human reasonings but to human nature, of which reason is but a part and by no means the greatest part. - Edmund Burke #3 Politics ought to be adjusted not to human reasonings but to human nature, of which reason is but a part and by no means the greatest part. - Edmund Burke #4 Politics ought to be adjusted not to human reasonings but to human nature, of which reason is but a part and by no means the greatest part. - Edmund Burke #5

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