Statesmen Are Not Only Liable To Give An Account Of What They Say Or Do In Public, But There Is A Busy Inquiry Made Into Their Very Meals, Beds, Marriages, And Every Other Sportive Or Serious Action.

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Statesmen are not only liable to give an account of what they say
or do in public, but there is a busy inquiry made into their very
meals, beds, marriages, and every other sportive or serious action.
-- Plutarch (46-120 AD)
-- Political Precepts