The Panic of 1825
Prospects for Peaceful Coexistence Are Slim...

How They Used to Write...

William Cobbett (1834), Paper Against Gold, or, The History and the Mystery of the Bank of England (John Doyle: http://tinyurl.com/dl20090130a):

The time has come, [my] doctrines have been verified, the sufferings [of the people] have taken place; and, therefore, here is the book. The scoffings, the scornings, the abuse, the reviling, the horrible calumnies and the base persecutions which this book and other efforts of a similar kind brought upon me, and the briefest notice of each instance of which would fill fifty volumes more bulky than this, are now amply avenged by the joy that I feel at that which I know behold, and which can no longer be hidden from even the blindest and most besotted of the people...

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