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" Efficiency in an assembly requires a solid mass of steady votes; and these are collected by a deferential attachment to particular men, or by a belief in the principles those men represent, and they are maintained by fear of those men— by the fear that... "
The English Constitution - Página 142
por Walter Bagehot - 2007 - 368 páginas
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The Fortnightly Review, Volumen4;Volumen6

1866 - 28 páginas
...attachment to particular men, or by a belief in the principles those men represent, and they are maintained by fear of those men — by the fear that if you vote...warm partisans. The body is eager, but the atoms are cool. If it were otherwise, parliamentary government would become the worst of governments — a sectarian...
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ENGLISH CONSTITUTION

WALTER BAGEHOT - 1873
...attachment to particular men, or by a belief in the principles those men represent, and they are maintained by fear of those men — by the fear that if you vote against them, you may yourself .seon not have a vote at all. Thirdly, it may seem odd to say so, just after inculcating that party...
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The English Constitution: And Other Political Essays

Walter Bagehot - 1877 - 474 páginas
...attachment to particular men, or by a belief in the principles those men represent, and they are maintained by fear of those men — by the fear that if you vote...partisans. * The body is eager, but the atoms are cool. If it were otherwise, parliamentary government would become the worst of governments — a sectarian...
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The Works of Walter Bagehot ..., Volumen4

Walter Bagehot - 1891
...attachment to particular men, or by a belief in the principles those men represent, and they are maintained by fear of those men, — by the fear that if you...seem odd to say so, just after inculcating that party organization is the vital principle of representative government, but that organization is permanently...
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The Works of Walter Bagehot ...

Walter Bagehot - 1891
...attachment to particular men, or by a belief in the principles those men represent, and they are maintained by fear of those men, — by the fear that if you...seem odd to say so, just after inculcating that party organization is the vital principle of representative government, but that organization is permanently...
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The English Constitution, and Other Political Essays

Walter Bagehot - 1893 - 468 páginas
...by a belief in the principles those men represent, and they are maintained by fear of those men—by the fear that if you vote against them, you may yourself...warm partisans. The body is eager, but the atoms are cocl. If it were otherwise, parliamentary government would become the worst of governments—a sectarian...
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The Federalist: A Commentary on the Constitution of the United States

1901 - 225 páginas
...attachment to particular men, or by a belief in the principles those men represent, and they are MAINTAINED by fear of those men — by the fear that if you vote...seem odd to say so, just after inculcating that party organization is the vital principle of representative government, but that organization is permanently...
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Universal Classics Library, Volumen12

1901
...attachment to particular men, or by a belief in the principles those men represent, and they are MAINTAINED by fear of those men — by the fear that if you vote...seem odd to say so, just after inculcating that party organization is the vital principle of representative government, but that organization is permanently...
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The Works and Life of Walter Bagehot, Volumen5

Walter Bagehot - 1915
...attachment to particular men, or by a belief in the principles those men represent, and they are maintained by fear of those men — by the fear that if you vote...warm partisans. The body is eager, but the atoms are cool. If it were otherwise, Parliamentary government would become the worst of governments — a sectarian...
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Budget Making in a Democracy

Edward Augustus Fitzpatrick - 1918 - 317 páginas
...attachment to particular men, or by a belief in the principles those men represent, and they are maintained by fear of those men — by the fear that if you vote...them, you may yourself soon not have a vote at all." (Bagehot, "The English Constitution," pp. 210-211.) responsibility of the individual member is an effort...
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