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I could probably quote half of this from memory, but I didn't have an electronic copy, and Project Gutenberg provided, as ever. The best Chesterton thing in long form (the essays are better, but shorter), and I'd almost forgotten just how mad it goes at the end. Worth it alone for the discussion between Syme and Gregory before the anarchists arrive, including the base assumption that both will do what's honourable.
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