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- Tyrants in the course of time must eventually be overthrown because of the continual opposition of the oppressed. It is an unchanging Law, a constant rule, the penalty is certain, albeit that it is very slow coming to fruition.
- As cited in: Richard Mann Roberts, Carlo Pisacane's La Rivoluzione, Troubador, 2010, p. 160
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