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The most intellectual of men are moved quite as much by the circumstances which they are used to as by their own will. The active voluntary part of a man is very small, and if it were not economized by a sleepy kind of habit, its results would be null.
Walter Bagehot (pronounced BAD-jit, IPA: /ebed-?t/) (3 February 1826 - 24 March 1877) was a British businessman, essayist, and journalist who wrote extensively about literature, government, and economic affairs
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