The consequent inertia of the mass, most terrible of all resistance to overcome

These elements are entrenched wrong, the vested interests which thrive upon it, the cold-blooded indifference of those whose withers are unwrung, the timidity and selfishness of all who dread disturbance of established order, the fear of ridicule for the unpopular minority—the consequent inertia of the mass, most terrible of all resistance to overcome.
~ Edward H. Clement (December 11, 1905)

About Randy Sandberg

Wireless Test Technician @ Allion USA