„The bourgeois public sphere may be conceived above all as the sphere of private people come together as a public; they soon claimed the public sphere regulated from above against the public authorities themselves, to engage them in a debate over the general rules governing relations in the basically privatized but publicly relevant sphere of commodity exchange and social labor.“

—  Jürgen Habermas, p. 27
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„We have, however, a clear mandate from the people, that Americans must forswear that conception of the acquisition of wealth which, through excessive profits, creates undue private power over private affairs and, to our misfortune, over public affairs as well.“

—  Franklin D. Roosevelt 32nd President of the United States 1882 - 1945
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„What I have desired to do is to make the people of Boston realize that the most important office, and the one which all of us can and should fill, is that of private citizen. The duties of the office of private citizen cannot under a republican form of government be neglected without serious injury to the public.“

—  Louis Brandeis American Supreme Court Justice 1856 - 1941
Statement to a reporter in the Boston Record, 14 April 1903. (quoted in Alpheus Thomas Mason, Brandeis: A Free Man's Life (1946), p. 122.)<!-- An original clipping of this article can be found in the Louis Brandeis Archives at the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law. This documentation was provided courtesy of Scott Campbell, the librarian in charge of the Brandeis collection at the law school. —Jeremylerner 21:12, 27 April 2012 (UTC) --> Commonly paraphrased as "The most important office is that of the private citizen" or "The most important political office is that of the private citizen", and sometimes misattributed to his dissenting opinion in Olmstead v. United States.

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