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" But in all cases it must be remembered that a political combination of the lower classes, as such and for their own objects, is an evil of the first magnitude; that a permanent combination of them would make them (now that so many of them have the suffrage)... "
The English Constitution - Página xxiv
por Walter Bagehot - 2007 - 368 páginas
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The English Constitution

Walter Bagehot - 1873 - 362 páginas
...the evil they would cause if conceded ; on the attractiveness of their idea to the working-classes if refused. But in all cases it must be remembered...their supremacy, in the state they now are, means the supremacy of ignorance over instruction and of numbers over knowledge. So long as they are not taught...
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The English Constitution: And Other Political Essays

Walter Bagehot - 1877 - 488 páginas
...the evil they would cause if conceded ; on the attractiveness of their idea to the working-classes if refused. But in all cases it must be remembered...their supremacy, in the state they now are, means the supremacy of ignoranee over instruction and of numbers over knowledge. So long as they are not taught...
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The Works of Walter Bagehot ...: With Memoirs by R.H. Hutton : Now ..., Volumen4

Walter Bagehot - 1891 - 608 páginas
...measure that would settle such questions, or whether they would risk the effect of the workingmen's combination. No doubt the question cannot be easily...their supremacy, in the state they now are, means the supremacy of ignorance over instruction and of numbers over knowledge. So long as they are not taught...
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The Works of Walter Bagehot ..., Volumen4

Walter Bagehot - 1891 - 608 páginas
...measure that would settle such questions, or whether they would risk the effect of the workingmen's combination. No doubt the question cannot be easily...their supremacy, in the state they now are, means the supremacy of ignorance over instruction and of numbers over knowledge. So long as they are not taught...
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The Real Democracy: (first Essays of the Rota Club)

J. E. F. Mann, N. J. Sievers, R. W. T. Cox - 1913 - 296 páginas
...done his part. He will have given the text, the scribes in the newspapers will write the sermon. . . . But in all cases it must be remembered that a political...their own objects, is an evil of the first magnitude. ... So long as they are not taught to act together, there is a chance of this being averted, but it...
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The Works and Life of Walter Bagehot, Volumen5

Walter Bagehot - 1915 - 386 páginas
...it. But I answer that the lesson is not observed in fact ; people do not so do their political sums. Of all our political dangers, the greatest I conceive...their supremacy, in the state they now are, means the supremacy of ignorance over instruction and of numbers over knowledge. So long as they are not taught...
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Ireland: A Study in Nationalism

Francis Hackett - 1918 - 422 páginas
...letters of introduction, it was seemly that Bagehot should sanctify economic privilege, should regard a political combination of the lower classes, " as such and for their own objects," " an evil of the first magnitude." He was " exceedingly afraid of the ignorant multitude of the new...
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Ireland: A Study in Nationalism

Francis Hackett - 1918 - 428 páginas
...letters of introduction, it was seemly that Bagehot should sanctify economic privilege, should regard a political combination of the lower classes, " as such and for their own objects," " an evil of the first magnitude." He was " exceedingly afraid of the ignorant multitude of the new...
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England in the Eighteen-Eighties: Toward a Social Basis for Freedom

Helen Merrell Lynd - 536 páginas
...questions heing raised which if continually agitated would combine the workingmen as a class together . . . But in all cases it must be remembered that a political...would make them (now that so many of them have the suffragel supreme in the country; and their supremacy, in the state they now are, means the supremacy...
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From Adam Smith to the Wealth of America

Alvin Rabushka - 1985 - 260 páginas
...house, can judge much of intellectual matters.10 And what would majority rule by working men entail? But in all cases it must be remembered that a political combination of the lower classes, as such and tor their own objects, is an evil of the first magnitude; that a permanent combination of them (now...
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