Ath. Then now we shall see why there is nothing wonderful instates going astray-the reason is that their legislators have suchdifferent aims; nor is there anything wonderful in some laying down astheir rule of justice, that certain individuals should bear rule inthe state, whether they be good or bad, and others that the citizensshould be rich, not caring whether they are the slaves of other men ornot. The tendency of others, again, is towards freedom; and somelegislate with a view to two things at once-they want to be at thesame time free and the lords of other states; but the wisest men, asthey deem themselves to be, look to all these and similar aims, andthere is no one of them which they exclusively honour, and to whichthey would have all things look.
as you like, I will pay it; indeed I would give you directly a whole
He looked over at the alarm clock. It was now two o'clock in the morning.
Bob Reich had done a good job at the Department of Labor and as a member of the economic team, but it was becoming difficult for him; he disagreed with my economic and budget policies, believing I had put too much emphasis on deficit reduction and invested too little in education, training, and new technologies. Bob also wanted to go home to Massachusetts to his wife, Clare, and their sons.