A Review of the Constitutions of the Principal States of Europe, and of the United States of America: Given Originally as Lectures, Volumen1

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G.G.J. and J. Robinson, 1792
 

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Página 13 - the majority of a people eminent for every virtue; but if ** there is one common to a whole nation, it is valour; for this
Página lx - into a democracy. Now a tyranny is a monarchy, «' where the good of one man only is the object of government, •
Página 13 - for the ** common good, a kingdom ; one that is governed by more : than one, but by a few only, an
Página 13 - form for the city, and its inhabitants. «* When the citizens at large govern, for the public good, it is
Página 14 - into a democracy. Now a tyranny is a monarchy, *' where the good of one man only is the
Página 14 - only the rich, and a democracy only " the poor; but neither of them have the common good
Página lx - only the rich, and a democracy only " the poor; but neither of them
Página 13 - of the one, the few, or the many, who enjoy this *

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