„Sir, the fact that the book is in a public library brings no comfort. Books are the one element in which I am personally and nakedly acquisitive. If it weren't for the law I would steal them. If it weren't for my purse I would buy them.“

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Harold Laski
englischer Politologe, Ökonom, Autor und Dozent 1893 - 1950

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