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S. Austin Allibone, comp.  Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay.  1880.
  I would have no man discouraged with that kind of life or series of actions in which the choice of others or his own necessities may have engaged him.
Joseph Addison.    
  If there be no true liberty, but all things come to pass by inevitable necessity, then what are all interrogations and objurgations, and reprehensions and expostulations?
Bishop John Bramhall.    
  A man can no more justly make use of another’s necessity than he that has more strength can seize upon a weaker, master him to his obedience, and, with a dagger at his throat, offer him death or slavery.
John Locke.    

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