“All human experience proves over and over again, that any success which comes through meanness,…”

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“All human experience proves over and over again, that any success which comes through meanness, trickery, fraud and dishonor, is but emptiness and will only be a torment to its possessor.”

Frederick Douglass, “Self-Made Men (1872)”

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