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have often established an insulting equality between them and men covered with crimes, and made up of ignominy.
You forget, then, that you have twenty times left them covered with opprobrium by your galleries.
You forget, then, that you have not thought yourselves sufficiently powerful to impose silence upon these galleries.
What ought a wise man to do in the midst of these cir. cumstances ? He is silent. He waits the moment when the passions give way; he waits till reason shall preside, and till the multitude shall listen to her voice.
What have been the tactics displayed during all these unions ? Cambon, incapable of political calculation, boasting his ignorance in the diplomatic, flattering the ignorant mul. titude, lending his name and popularity to the anarchists, seconded by their vociferations, denounced incessantly as counter-revolutionists, those intelligent persons who were desirous, at least, of having things discussed. To oppose the acts of union, appeared to Cambon an overt act of treason, The wish so much as to reflect and to deliberate, was in his eyes a great crime. He calumniated our intentions. The voice of every deputy, especially my voice, would infallibly have been stifled. There were spies on the very monosyllables that escaped our lips.****
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