On the Decay of the Art of Lying - Mark Twain
No fact is more firmly established than that lying is a necessity of our circumstances - the deduction that it is then a virtue goes without saying. No virtue can reach its highest usefulness without careful and diligent cultivation - therefore, it goes without saying that this one ought to be taught in the public schools - even in the newspapers.
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