1634

“For all beings… there were limits. No matter who you were, there were limits. And you had to develop as keen an eye for them – as acute a taste, if you would – as you did for good architecture and fine paintings and music. Or you would soon enough find that you had lost everything within those limits. A great deal, at least.”
p. 164

“The real key… is simply that they plant their flag, out in the open, where everyone can see it. And then people come to them. And it is among those people that you find your organizers.”
p. 241

1634: The Baltic War, Eric Flint & David Weber, 2007

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