„No doubt there are plenty of people in this world whom it is difficult to drive, but whom anybody can lead. It is well known that people who are generally most difficult to drive, are usually the most easily to be led by others who understand them.“

Turner v. Collins (1871), L. R. 7 Ch. Ap. Ca. 340.

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