|The coat-of-arms of the human race ought
to consist of a man with an axe on his shoulder proceeding toward a grindstone.
Or, it ought to represent the several members of the human race holding
out the hat to each other. For we are all beggars. Each in his own way.
- "Reflections on a Letter and a Book," Autobiography of Mark Twain (University of California Press, 2010)
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