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Great Moments in Italian American Political Speech-making
“I as the chairman have been guided by a simple principle; the principle that the law must deal fairly with every man. For me, this is the oldest principle of democracy. It is the simple but great principle that enables man to live justly and in decency in a free society. It is now nearly 15 centuries since the Emperor Justinian, from whose name the word ‘justice’ is derived, established this principle for the free citizens of Rome.”
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