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"Ask the judge whether we can find the defendant not guilty and still execute him."

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"Page two, paragraph six: The moral high ground-we're prepared to yield totally on that point."

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Moral cartoon 23 of 87

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"Aren't you being a little arrogant, son? Here's Lieutenant Colonel Farrington, Major Stark, Captain Truelove, Lieutenant Castle, and myself, all older and more experienced than you, and we think the war is very moral."

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