“Considerations on the Government of Poland” by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 1772 (Book Review)
“If you see to it that no Pole can ever become a Russian, I guarantee that Russia will not subjugate Poland.”
“You will never be free as long as a single Russian soldier remains in Poland, and you will always be in danger of losing your freedom as long as Russia interferes in your affairs. But if you succeed in forcing her to deal with you as one power with another, and no longer as protector and protectorate, then profit by the exhaustion into which the Turkish war will have thrown her to accomplish your task before she is able to disturb it.”
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