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This is the last part of my response to OutFoxed

...America is said to be a democracy, and yet we are being outspoken all the time. Our opinions have been siad to matter but the public isn't being heard to an extent that we don't speak anymore.

"All is necessary for the triumph of evil that is good men do nothing."

"No one could ever make a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could only do a little."

incorporate one of these quotes to you response.
I don't know how to incorporate, but I'd really like to add in the second quote. Please help

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    Ok, basically the second quote states how people learn from their mistakes and it's better to make mistakes and learn from it than to hestitate and make no mistakes. Nobody is perfect, therefore, people do make mistakes.

    Therefore, our voices doesn't make a difference to the public. But our mistakes makes a big difference to the public.

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    wow thanks
    I didn't even think of that :P
    thank you so much:)

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    Your welcome, np. Good luck on your homework.

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    Priscilla, that is not what the second quote means at all. Nonsense.

    The second quote means we should never avoid a task in which we believe that we can only contribute a small portion to the final solution. The Great Wall of China was not built by one man. Each Man's small contribution led it to being built.

    "No one could ever make a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could only do a little."

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