In Duties to country, by Giuseppe Mazzini, it is obvious that Mazzini thinks to have a country there must be unity. On page 285 it says, “ There is not true Country where the uniformity of that right is violated by the existence of caste, privilege, and equality-where the powers and facilities of a large number of individuals are suppressed or dormant-where there is no common principle accepted, recognized, and developed by all”(Mazzini,Pg.285). What Mazzini means when he says this is that no one should be above or below anyone else. Even though he believes this he is suppressing the beliefs of other people. Do you think that when he says stuff like this, he realizes he’s going against his own words?