Benjamin Franklin: Founding Father Quote

Benjamin Franklin Quote
United States Founding Father

Quote 1224 details Share on Google+ - Quote 1224 Linked In Share Button - Quote 1224 Honest Men often go to Law for their Right; when Wise Men would sit down with the Wrong, supposing the first Loss least. In some Countries the Course of the Courts is so tedious, and the Expence so high, that the Remedy, Justice, is worse than, Injustice, the Disease. In my Travels I once saw a Sign call’d The Two Men at Law; One of them was painted on one Side, in a melancholy Posture, all in Rags, with this Scroll, I have lost my Cause. The other was drawn capering for Joy, on the other Side, with these Words, I have gain’d my Suit; but he was stark naked.

Benjamin Franklin: Poor Richard, 1742

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