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|Edward Everett Children have to be educated, but they have also to be left to |
educate themselves. ... Will Rogers I'm not afraid of storms, for I'm learning to sail
my ship. ... John W. Gardner An educated people can be easily governed.
|Nicholas M. Butler An educated man is thoroughly inoculated against humbug, |
thinks for himself and tries to give his thoughts, in speech or on paper, some style
. Alan K. Simpson An educated people can be easily governed. Frederick The ...
|Ford, Gerald R. Those who govern, having much business on their hands, do not |
generally like to take the trouble of considering and carrying into execution new
projects. ... Franklin, Benjamin An educated people can be easily governed.
|It is very dangerous for any government to ignore what people believe to be true, |
no matter how much evidence one has on one's side. Also, evidence can be
used against you very easily as it gets filtered through the interpretive lenses of ...
|The necessity of the universal education of the masses of the people of this |
country has been recognized by our wisest ... men are monarchs and sit on
thrones, and no such country can be well governed unless education is made
|But since the beautiful as well as the pleasant arts weaken the people to some |
extent, so that they can be more easily governed, the introduction of a Spartan
roughness would work directly against the government's aim. The art of good
|Propaganda without concrete objects to which the people can relate only creates |
problems. ... An educated mass is undoubtedly easier to govern than those that
are illiterate and ignorant about the political process. And an educated populace
is more amenable, more pliable and more easily sensitized to the exigencies of ...
|In U.S.A. and Japan the democratic influence can be easily perceived in their |
educational systems. In India ... Now, people the whole world over are more
easily governed by a single feeling than ever before because of the easy means
|People who are wealthy tend to vote more than do the poor, and people with |
higher levels of education vote much more regularly than do people ... A
competitive election will draw a crowd even in a state that normally has low voter
|As the chief steward of the people's tax resources, the governor has the right and |
the responsibility to demand that tax ... Believe me, if this can happen in state-
sponsored higher education institutions, it can happen in other bureaucracies.