Excerpt from Poems, Essays and Opinions, Vol. 1 of 2: Being Selections From Writings in the "Mirror of the Time," From August 7th, 1850, to the End of February, 1851
I must own myself rather a follower of the impulse of truth than the satisfied owner of a suppressed or stagna... nt conviction. I have spoken as I have thought, and have therefore made enemies amongst the bigoted and worth less. But with this do I console myself, that to make no public enemies would be but a conviction of the imbecility of a writer.
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