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by Isaac Asimov

Foundation Society and Class Quotes

How we cite our quotes: (Part.Chapter.Paragraph)

Quote #10

"I don't care what threats you use. I control the mob—for today, at any rate. He won't dare face them." (V.15.19)

Mallow is untouchable because he's got mob support, and the mob is too much for anyone to take on. Society's a lot like the jungle in that regard: safety in numbers.

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