G. K. Chesterton about society (“What's Wrong with the World”, 1910) - But of all the instances of error arising from this physical fancy, the worst is that we have before us: the habit of exhaustively describing a social sickness, and then propounding a social drug.
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But of all the instances of error arising from this physical fancy, the worst is that we have before us: the habit of exhaustively describing a social sickness, and then propounding a social drug.
 G. K. ChestertonWhat's Wrong with the World (1910). copy citation

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