Good laws make it easier to do right and harder to do wrong.
It is the duty of government to make it difficult for people to do wrong, easy to do right.
Nothing that is morally wrong can be politically right.
A rational reaction against the irrational excesses and vagaries of scepticism may, I admit, readily degenerate into the rival folly of credulity. To be engaged in opposing wrong affords, under the conditions of our mental constitution, but a slender guarantee for being right.