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" Free institutions can be maintained only by citizens, each of whom is instant to oppose every illegitimate act, every assumption of supremacy, every official excess of power, however trivial it may seem. As Hamlet says, there is such a thing as 'greatly... "
Herbert Spencer on the Americans and the Americans on Herbert Spencer: Being ... - Sayfa 14
Edward Livingston Youmans tarafından - 1882 - 96 sayfa
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The Contemporary Review, 43. cilt

1883
...permit small trespasses, because it would be troublesome or profitless or unpopular to oppose them, which leads to the habit of acquiescence in wrong,...official excess of power, however trivial it may seem. As Hamlet says, there is such a thing as " greatly to find quarrel in a straw," when the straw implies...
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Orderly Book of Sir John Johnson During the Oriskany Campaign, 1776-1777

Sir John Johnson, William Leete Stone, John Watts De Peyster, Theodorus Bailey Myers - 1882 - 475 sayfa
...doesn't pay." "Exactly. That is what I mean by character. It is this easy going readiness to permit imall trespasses because it would be troublesome or profitless...in wrong and the decay of free institutions. Free instltuti ns can be maintained only by citizens, each of whom is instant to oppose every illegitimate...
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The Tories Or Loyalists in America: Being Slight Historical Tracings, from ...

Theodorus Bailey Myers - 1882 - 123 sayfa
...because it would be troublesome or profitless or unpopular to oppose, which leads to the habit or' acquiescence in wrong and the decay of free institutions. Free institutions can be maintained only by citizen,-, each of whom is instant to oppose every illegitimate act, every assumption of supremacy,...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, 37. cilt

1883
...permit small trespasses, because it would be troublesome or profitless or unpopular to oppose them, which leads to the habit of acquiescence in wrong,...official excess of power, however trivial it may seem. As Hamlet says, there is such a thing as " greatly to find quarrel in a straw," when the straw implies...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 37. cilt;100. cilt

1883
...permit small trespasses, because it would be troublesome or profitless or unpopular to oppose them, which leads to the habit of acquiescence in wrong,...official excess of power, however trivial it may seem. As Hamlet says, there is such a thing as " greatly to find quarrel in a straw," when the straw implies...
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The Contemporary Review, 43. cilt

1883
...permit small trespasses, because it would be troublesome or profitless or unpopular to oppose them, which leads to the habit of acquiescence in wrong,...official excess of power, however trivial it may seem. As Hamlet says, there is such a thing as " greatly to find quarrel in a straw," when the straw implies...
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The Living Age ..., 156. cilt

1883
...trespasses, because it would be troublesome or profitless or unpopular to oppose them, which leads to t.ie habit of acquiescence in wrong, and the decay of free...official excess of power, however trivial it may seem. As Hamlet says, there is such a thing as "greatly to find quarrel in a straw," when the straw implies...
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The Vaccination Inquirer and Health Review, 4. cilt

1883
...permit small trespasses because it would be troublesome, or profitless, or unpopular to oppose them, which leads to the habit of acquiescence in wrong and the decay of free institutions." In the matter of vaccination, we are continually struck with the facility with which entire communities...
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Essays, Scientific, Political, and Speculative, 3. cilt

Herbert Spencer - 1891
...permit small trespasses, because it would be troublesome or profitless or unpopular to oppose them, which leads to the habit of acquiescence in wrong,...official excess of power, however trivial it may seem. As Hamlet says, there is such a thing as "greatly to find quarrel in a straw," when the straw implies...
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Essays: scientific, political, & speculative. Libr. ed, 3. cilt

Herbert Spencer - 1891
...permit small trespasses, because it would be troublesome or profitless or unpopular to oppose them, which leads to the habit of acquiescence in wrong,...official excess of power, however trivial it may seem. As Hamlet says, there is such a thing as "greatly to find quarrel in a straw," when the straw implies...
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