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Crime Its Cause and Treatment

By: Clarence Darrow

...less could be nothing else. Still if man’s actions are governed by natural law, the sooner it is recognized and understood, the sooner will sane treat... ... can be such a line. Strictly speaking, a crime is an act forbidden by the law of the land, and one which is considered sufficiently serious to warran... ...s either good or bad; the pun- 6 ishment follows for the violation of the law and not neces- sarily for any moral transgression. No doubt most of the... ... the same pattern, yet no two are alike. Each has a distinct and different equipment from any of the others. The size of the body, real and potential;... ...edity and in part to environment. That the baby had nothing to do with its equipment will readily be admitted by everyone. The child is born with a br... ... its own efforts. Always bearing in mind that most criminals are men whose equipment and surroundings have made it difficult for them to make the adju... ... follow the precept, and the long list of penal laws that die from lack of enforcement instead of by repeal is too well known to warrant the belief th... ...ious attention to such a purely academic statement. No one believes in the enforcement of all laws or the duty to obey all laws, and no one, in fact, ... ...rac- ticed or at least advocated by the ones who procure the pas- sage and enforcement of the law. Numberless ways used by the strong to get money are...

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Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the United States from George Washington to Bill Clinton

... Constitution, all will, of course, arrange themselves under the will of the law, and unite in com mon efforts for the common good. All, too, will be... ...ust be reasonable; that the minority possess their equal rights, which equal law must protect, and to vio late would be oppression. Let us, then, fel... ...ment on earth. I believe it the only one where every man, at the call of the law, would fly to the standard of the law, and would meet invasions of th... ...n made in its power to enforce the execution of the laws prohibiting illegal equipments with equal rigor against both. By this equality between the pa... ...a slave? And might it not be well at the same time to provide by law for the enforcement of that clause in the Constitution which guarantees that “the... ...judice. All laws to secure these ends will receive my best efforts for their enforcement. A great debt has been contracted in securing to us and our p... ...gress I voted and spoke in favor of the present law, and I shall attempt its enforcement in the spirit in which it was enacted. The purpose in view wa...

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The French Revolution a History

By: Thomas Carlyle

......................................... 293 Chapter 2.5.II. The Book of the Law. ......................................................................... ...here, and a Creed (or memory of a Creed) in them; Palaces, and a State and Law. Thou seest the Smoke-vapour; unextinguished Breath as of a thing livin... ...ced a blossom of Catholicism—it was not till Catholicism itself, so far as Law could abolish it, had been abolished here. But of those decadent ages i... ...ive what they can; some three hundred and sixty indifferent firelocks, the equipment of the City-Watch: ‘a man in wooden shoes, and without coat, dire... ...minister Narbonne, he of the rose-coloured Reports, solicits recruitments, equipments, money, always money; threatens, since he can get none,—to ‘take... ...ell-stud- ied phrases and paragraphs they could devise, of explanation, of enforcement, of faint recommendation to mercy. Many too say, Banishment; so... ... riot); had their wives put in fear; their presses, types and circumjacent equipments beaten to ruin; no Mayor interfering in time; Gorsas himself esc...

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Mankind in the Making

By: H. G. Wells

...igion, for example, is very un- compromising upon the use of wine, and the law of the T en Commandments completely prohibits the making of graven imag... ... is science, than a brigand at large on a mountain has to the machinery of law and police, by which finally he will be hanged. Among such raiding theo... ...utions, expedients, prohibitions, and vindictive reprisals, the net of the law, they would have us believe there is a fatal necessity inherent in thei... ...ust be forethought and knowledge quite beyond the limit of instinct’s poor equipment. Now, for a child to have all these needs supplied implies certai... ...ation. These conditions imply a house of a certain standard of comfort and equipment, and it is manifest the mother cannot be earning her own living b... ...d help to reconcile popular ideas of the ‘liberty of the subject’ with the enforcement as well as the passing of such laws. But the notions of drastic... ... go so far as this, to go further and require a mini- mum of furniture and equipment, a fire-guard, for instance, and a separate bed or cot for the ch... .... So soon as he pierces into the realities of the life about him, he finds enforcement, ample and complete, for the secret code. The schoolmaster has ...

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The History of the Thirty Years' War in Germany

By: Friedrich Schiller

...the long and active reigns of Charles V. and Philip the Second, remained a law for their successors; and the more the breach in the church widened, th... ...d in the treaty under their protest, could not of course have the force of law. If it had been opinions only that thus divided the minds of men, with ... ... on these points. Both alike have found it difficult to prove their right. Law can be applied only to conceivable cases, and perhaps spiri- tual found... ...ohemian Protestants to blame, if they armed themselves in time against the enforcement of such maxims? The insurrection in Bohemia, besides, was direc... ...op- pression. All the Austrian provinces were com- pelled to assist in the equipment. No class was exempt from taxation — no dignity or privilege from...

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