[32a] A man who really fights for the right, if he is to preserve his life for even a little while, must be a private citizen, not a public man.I will give you powerful proofs of this not mere words, but what you honor more,—actions. And listen to what happened to me, that you may be convinced that I would never yield to any one, if that was wrong, through fear of death, but would die rather than yield. The tale I am going to tell you is ordinary and commonplace, but true.
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