Outpost Echoes.

Position:Aphorisms - Poem

Outpost Echoes Manhood knows no pattern. Liberty does not study etiquette. Hypocrisy oils the wheel of custom. A radical does not live by words alone. Privileges are for the rich; duties for the poor. One great hope compensates for many little fears. Roosevelt carries a revolver; does he contemplate suicide? Poverty sanctifies property, and poverty results from theft. The state argues by means of rapid fire guns and big bribes. When the throne of God has fallen the other thrones begin to tremble. At present woman's great privilege seems to be to love her chains. The morrow holds in its womb what would be scorned and stoned to-day. Some men build monuments to...

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