The Masses Are Asses
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The Masses Are Asses can refer to:
- A 1974 play by Pedro Pietri
- A 1997 song by the female punk rock group L7 appearing on the album The Beauty Process: Triple Platinum
- A phrase used by Karl Rove (in the negative) during his July 29, 2006 address to the graduating class of the Graduate School of Political Management at George Washington University
- A phrase in the poem "St. Tammany and the Nabobs", on page 272 of the book Poetical works of Charles G. Halpine published in 1869 by Harper and Brothers, New York.
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