20 / CHRONICLESnadvantage of their position; on the contrary, they wilHnglynsurrender their own happiness for the good of the wholencommunity. And yet in both cases, the result is a humanndisaster. For, as Tocqueville puts it, such governmentn"every day renders the exercise of the free agency of mannless useful and less . . .
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