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 Lord Alfred Tennyson once said...

Should banded unions persecute Opinions, and induce a time When single thought is civil crime, And individual freedom mute, . . . . Then waft me from the harbour's mouth, Wild wind, I seek a warmer sky.

In Proverbs Quotes, by Lord Alfred Tennyson , Source: motto for Mariana, taken from Shakespeare "Comedy of Errors", III, i (Vincentio, the Duke)

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