Chesterton on Justice

I really like G. K. Chesterton. He was an Englishman who lived from 1874 to 1936. He was a prolific writer Time magazine once described as the prince of paradox. I like a phrase he wrote in All Things Considered


I also like the paragraph where he uses the phrase.
For, in order that men should resist injustice, something more is necessary than that they should think injustice unpleasant. They must think injustice absurd; above all, they must think it startling. They must retain the violence of a virgin astonishment.

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