Let me here say to the objectors and fault-finders,—suppose all this be true?
This was a fact that nobody—not even the first objectors—any longer doubted.
The latter seems to me to belong to the class of objectors general.
And yet "the legs of the objectors were naked to mid-thigh."
Other objectors down to the present day simply echo Rousseau.
Mr. Galton comments on the wrongheadedness of objectors to eugenics.
"It ain't nothin' to do with us, any'ow," said one of the objectors.
We need say no more to the objectors who attack the mere form of the book.
An observation that may well be remembered in the present times, in answer to any objectors.
Assume the positive, and leave it to objectors to prove the negative!