Count of Monte Cristo - Alexandre Dumas
Perhaps what I am about to say will appear strange to you gentlemen, socialists, progressives, humanitarians as you are, but I never worry about my neighbor, I never try to protect society which does not protect me - indeed, I might add, which generally takes no heed of me except to do me harm - and, since I hold them low in my esteem and remain neutral towards them, I believe that society and my neighbor are in my debt.
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