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And whatever is not right we shall decline to call lawful?

We shall decline.

Then it becomes unlawful.

It must.

And again, in writings about what is just and unjust, and generally about the government of a state and the proper way of governing it, that which is right is the king's law, but not so that which is not right, though it seems to be law to those who do not know; for it is unlawful.


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