“When I see or hear of any act of injustice – whoever is the victim of it, and wherever it is…”

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“When I see or hear of any act of injustice – whoever is the victim of it, and wherever it is committed – my heart kindles with rage, as if the effect of it recoiled upon myself.”

Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Confessions

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