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  1. Percy Bysshe Shelley


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    Rise like Lions after slumber / 
In unvanquishable number / 
Shake your chains to earth like dew / 
Which in sleep had fallen on you 
/ Ye are many - they are few.

  2. Bartholomeus de Ligt


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    When the war-machine is set in motion and the people maddened with fear and carried away by false patriotism and all kinds of religious fairy tales, a mobilization against war is apt to fail. So instead ...

  3. Bartholomeus de Ligt


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    We know how in Spain masses of women threw themselves on the rails in front of the trains which were to take soldiers to the front and that no driver could be found who would take his engine over this ...

  4. Bartholomeus de Ligt


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    The more there is of real revolution, the less there is of violence: the more of violence, the less of revolution.

  5. Bartholomeus de Ligt


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    Without war, or at any rate, the threat of war, the capitalist system does not work... Violence is one of the first rules of the imperialist game.

  6. Bartholomeus de Ligt


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    The more man makes war, the more his human qualities dwindle away; on the other hand, non-violent resistance makes calls on man as a moral being: the more he practises it, the higher a level of human ...


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