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    • My Take: Why Anthony Weiner's public confession failed
      Public confession is an act of humility. It is an act which lays down all power, giving it back to the people who handed it over in the first place. It is an act which admits that the politician is no better than us. In that act, Anthony Weiner failed. (Susan Wise Bauer, CNN)
    • Humility: Vice or Virtue
      It is not for nothing that the word humility is so close to the word humiliation. Humility may require of us acts to which the most natural reaction of (as we might put it) "any self-respecting person" would be to fight back. (Wilfred McClay, In Character journal)

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