I. COVINGTON'S PARADOX - The Cause is so right. The people in it are so wrong.
II. COVINGTON'S COROLLARY - Just because the people in it are so wrong, does not mean the Cause isn't right.
III. COVINGTON'S COMPLAINT - I can find a thousand men who would fight and die for the Northwest Republic. I can't find ten who will work for it.
IV. COVINGTON'S CODICIL - The revolution will be made by men who live with one half hour's drive of one another.
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V. COVINGTON'S CONDITION - I can get more work done and accomplish more in six hours of sitting face to face, or side by side at a computer with someone, than I can accomplish in six months on the internet with that same person.