Thomas Babington Macaulay Quote: “Nothing is so galling to a…”

Nothing is so galling to a people not broken in from the birth as a paternal, or, in other words, a meddling government, a government which tells them what to read, and say, and eat, and drink and wear.

Thomas Babington Macaulay


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Name: Thomas Babington Macaulay
Profession: Poet
Nationality: British
Birthday: August 25, 1800
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