An Enemy of the People
Mayor Peter Stockmann: "there is an excellent spirit of toleration in the town--an admirable municipal spirit. And it all springs from the fact of our having a great common interest to unite us […]"
Hovstad: "The Baths, yes." (1.29-1.30)
Mayor Peter Stockmann: (lowering his voice a little) "It is a curious thing that these farmers' sons [Hovstad] never seem to lose their want of tact." (1.54)
Mayor Peter Stockmann: "The individual ought undoubtedly to acquiesce in subordinating himself to the community." (1.105)