On the blindness that accompanies the cry of injustice

When men and women protest an injustice, they often fail to see either the assumptions or the implications in their protest.

Neal A. Maxwell, “The Prohibitive Costs of a Value-free Society,” Ensign, Oct. 1978, 52–55.

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