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  1. The only constitution the world needs is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

    We need to distinguish between crime and sin. Crime should be prosecuted by humans and sin we have to leave to God to judge. He may pass the judgment in this very world by disease or some thing else or leave it till the hereafter.

    Now, I am going to borrow the description of a popular quote, which has the greatest bearing on the debate at hand.

    Dear Quote Investigator: I am writing a book on the theme of freedom and would like to include a classic quotation about the pragmatic limitations on liberty. My research has identified several versions of this popular saying:

    The right to swing my fist ends where the other man’s nose begins.

    The right to swing my arms in any direction ends where your nose begins.

    My right to swing my fist ends where your nose begins.

    Strangely, these three similar statements were credited to three very different people. The first quote was attributed to Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. The second saying was credited to John Stuart Mill, and the third was ascribed to Abraham Lincoln. But I do not trust any of these attributions because no citations were provided. Could you investigate this adage and determine its origin?

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