"An opinion, right or wrong, can never constitute a moral offense, nor be in itself a moral obligation. It may be mistaken; it may involve an absurdity, or a contradiction. It is a truth; or it is an error: it can never be a crime or a virtue."
— Frances Wright (1795-1852) A Few Days in Athens, volume 2, chapter 14 (1822)
|"Why not go the limit?" by Harry Grant Dart in Puck magazine (March 18, 1908)|