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    I love the Irish for their attachment to the faith and for many amiable and noble qualities, but they are deficient in good sense, sound judgement, and manly character.
    — Orestes Brownson
    If there must always be a laboring population distinct from proprietors and employers, we regard the slave system as decidedly preferable to the system at wages.
    — Orestes Brownson
    The immortality of the soul is assented to rather than believed, believed rather than lived.
    — Orestes Brownson
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    The great object was to get rid of Christianity, and to convert our churches into halls of science. The plan was not to make open attacks on religion, although we might the clergy and bring them into contempt where we could: but to establish a system of state - we said national - schools, from which all religion was to be excluded.
    — Orestes Brownson
    Wages is a cunning device of the devil, for the benefit of tender consciences, who would retain all the advantages of the slave system, without the expense, trouble, and odium of being slave-holders.
    — Orestes Brownson
    If you would make a man happy, study not to augment his goods; but to diminish his wants. One of the greatest services Christianity has rendered the world has been its consecration of poverty, and its elevation of labor to the dignity of a moral duty.
    — Orestes Brownson
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