I am reading The story of philosophy by Will Durant. I don't understand the meaning of this sentence in page 17.
A handful of might is better than a bagful of right.
In Cambridge Dictionary, "might" is "power, strength or force" and "right" is "the fact that a person or animal can expect to be treated in a fair, morally acceptable, or legal way, or to have the things that are necessary for life". I still can't get it. Could anyone explain it to me?