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" A country of respectful poor, though far less happy than where there are no poor to be respectful, is nevertheless far more fitted for the best government. You can use the best classes of the respectful country; you can only use the worst where every... "
The English Constitution - Página 56
por Walter Bagehot - 1867 - 348 páginas
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ENGLISH CONSTITUTION

WALTER BAGEHOT - 1873
...highest classes must, as such, have more political ability than the lower classes. A life of labor, and incomplete education, a monotonous occupation, a career...greater than that of founding a deferential nation. Respect is traditional; it is given not to what is proved to be good, but to what is- known to be old....
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The English Constitution: And Other Political Essays

Walter Bagehot - 1877 - 474 páginas
...most impressive part — the part that they know — culminates. The mass of the English people arc politically contented as well as politically deferential....the respectful country ; you can only use the worst wheje every man thinks he is as good as every other. It is evident that no difficulty can be greater...
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The English Constitution : and Other Political Essays

Walter Bagehot - 1889 - 468 páginas
...; and the highest classes must, as such, have more political ability than the lower classes. A lite of labour, an incomplete education, a monotonous occupation,...greater than that of founding a deferential nation. Respect is traditional ; it is given not to what is proved to be good, but to what is known to be old....
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The Works of Walter Bagehot ..., Volumen4

Walter Bagehot - 1891
...highest classes must, as such, have more political ability than the lower classes. A life of labor, an incomplete education, a monotonous occupation,...greater than that of founding a deferential nation. Respect is traditional : it is given not to what is proved to be good, but to what is known to be old....
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The English Constitution, and Other Political Essays

Walter Bagehot - 1893 - 468 páginas
...existence; who cannot lead the life that becomes a man. But the most miserable of these classen *io not impute their misery to politics. If a political...greater than that of founding a deferential nation. Respect is traditional; it is given not to what is proved to be good, but to what is known to be old....
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The Federalist: A Commentary on the Constitution of the United States

1901 - 225 páginas
...highest classes must, as such, have more political ability than the lower classes. A life of labor, an incomplete education, a monotonous occupation,...greater than that of founding a deferential nation. Respect is traditional; it is given not to what is proved to be good, but to what is known to be old....
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Universal Classics Library, Volumen12

1901
...have more political ability than the lower classes. \ 208 THE ENGLISH CONSTITUTION A life of labor, an incomplete education, a monotonous occupation,...greater than that of founding a deferential nation. Respect is traditional; it is given not to what is proved to be good, but to what is known to be old....
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The Works and Life of Walter Bagehot, Volumen5

Walter Bagehot - 1915
...rules that society, in whom all its most impressive part — the part that they know — culminates. The mass of the English people are politically contented...greater than that of founding a deferential nation. Respect is traditional ; it is given not to what is proved to be good, but to what is known to be old....
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The Organization of Congress: Synopsium on Congress by Members of Congress ...

United States. Congress. Organization of Congress Special Joint Committee - 1945 - 364 páginas
...wishes to be ruled by the less numerous wiser part. * * * A country of respectful poor," he observed, "though far less happy than where there are no poor...nevertheless far more fitted for the best government." As the franchise was repeatedly extended, the British poor became somewhat less like the "miserable...
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The Nineteenth-Century Constitution 1815-1914: Documents and Commentary

H. J. Hanham - 1969 - 512 páginas
...experience, an existence by which the judgement is incessandy exercised, and by which it may be incessandy improved. A country of respectful poor, though far...where every man thinks he is as good as every Other. Bagehot, English Constitution, pp. 236-9 18 8. Freeman traces the constitution to Anglo-Saxon origins,...
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