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" But granting all this, they must grant to me in my turn that all political power which is set over men, and that all privilege claimed or exercised in exclusion of them, being wholly artificial, and for so much a derogation from the natural equality of... "
Select Speeches, Forensick and Parliamentary: With Prefatory Remarks - Página 292
editado por - 1808 - 2337 páginas
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A Civilised Savagery: Britain and the New Slaveries in Africa, 1884-1926

Kevin Grant - 2005 - 223 páginas
...political power which is set over men, and. . .all privilege claimed or exercised in exclusion of them... ought to be some way or other exercised ultimately for their benefit." In short, all forms of political dominion and commercial privilege were "in the strictest sense a frwsf."36...
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Edmund Burke: Selected Writings and Speeches

Edmund Burke - 1963 - 585 páginas
...privilege claimed or exercised in exclusion of them, being wholly artificial, and for so much a derogation from the natural equality of mankind at large, ought...commercial privilege, none of which can be original, self-derived rights, or grants for the mere private benefit of the holders, then such rights, or privileges,...
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Moral Capital: Foundations of British Abolitionism

Christopher Leslie Brown - 2012 - 496 páginas
...East. Edmund Burke famously declared in 1783 that "all political power which is set over men . . . ought to be some way or other exercised ultimately for their benefit"; every species of political dominion is "in the strictest sense a trust; and it is of the very essence...
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Sentimental Figures of Empire in Eighteenth-Century Britain and France

Lynn Festa - 2006 - 300 páginas
...which is set over men, and ... all privilege claimed or exercised in exclusion of them," he proclaims, "ought to be some way or other exercised ultimately for their benefit. . . . [SJuch rights, or privileges, or whatever you choose to call them, are all in the strictest sense...
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Imagining Frontiers, Contesting Identities

Steven G. Ellis, Lud'a Klusáková - 2007 - 458 páginas
...[...] all privilege claimed [...] in exclusion of them, being wholly artificial, and [...] a derogation from the natural equality of mankind at large, ought to be some way or other exercised for their benefit. It is true with regard to every species of political domination, and every description...
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The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke

Edmund Burke - 2008 - 600 páginas
...privilege claimed or exercised in exclusion of them, being wholly artificial, and for so much a derogation from the natural equality of mankind at large, ought...commercial privilege, none of which can be original, self-derived rights, or grants for the mere private benefit of the holders, then such rights, or privileges,...
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The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke: On Conciliation with America ...

Edmund Burke - 2008 - 600 páginas
...privilege claimed or exercised in exclusion of them, being wholly artificial, and for so much a derogation from the natural equality of mankind at large, ought...commercial privilege, none of which can be original, self-derived rights, or grants for the mere private benefit of the holders, then such rights, or privileges,...
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Works, Volumen2

Edmund Burke - 1793
...a derogation from the natural equality of mankind at large, ought to be fome way or other exercifed ultimately for their benefit. If this is true with regard to every fpecies of political dominion, and every defcription of commercial privilege, none of which can be...
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the fox-north clalition

...first is a clear statement of public accountability : All political power which is set over men . . . ought to be some way or other exercised ultimately for their benefit ... To whom, then, would I make the East India Company accountable? Why, to Parliament, to be sure;...
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