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|Corruption is the most infallible symptom of constitutional liberty. — Edward |
Gibbon, The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire I now return to the main
themes of this examination of political corruption, basically to ask and (hopefully)
V.N. Vishwanathan - 2012 - Preview
|Oxford Dictionary defines 'Corruption' as dishonest or illegal behaviour, |
especially of people in authority. The purpose ... Gibbon, a well known British
historian, termed corruption the most infallible symptom in constitutional liberty.
|PART. TWO. BRITAIN,. EIGHTEENTH. AND. NINETEENTH. CENTURIES. |
Corruption, the most infallible symptom of constitutional liberty. (Gibbon: Decline
and Fall of the Roman Empire, Ch. 21) ...
|functionaries and politicians get away with the violation of law against corruption; |
the law being rarely enforced and even when enforcement is ... According to
Edward Gibbon: Corruption is, the most infallible symptom of constitutional liberty
|S.S. NARAYANAN Corruption is Pervasive It is said, "Corruption is the most |
infallible symptom of constitutional liberty." There is considerable truth in this
statement. Since modem states, benevolent or repressive, control the distribution
|H.P. Kanoria CORRUPTION has become the most important topic of discussion |
in modern society. ... as Gibbon found out, while analysing the rise and fall of the
Roman empire, corruption is "the most infallible symptom of constitutional liberty.
|Krishna K. Tummala rightly cautions that while defining the content and scope of |
corruption, nuances in behavioural ... the great historian of the Roman Empire,
remarked: "Corruption is the most infallible symptom of constitutional liberty".
|"Corruption, the most infallible symptom of constitutional liberty." Edward Gibbon, |
1 737-1 794, Autobiography. As Gibbon's words, above, aptly demonstrate,
corruption is not an invention of modern times. Indeed, corruption is probably as
|Too many habits and vested interests would be upset, with unpredictable results, |
if a "more austere" regime were to be ... Gibbon, in a celebrated aside, declared
that corruption was 'the most infallible symptom of constitutional liberty.
|Ramcr Maria Rilke (1875-1926) German poet Letters give us great lives at their |
most characteristic, their most ... L. Ickes (1874-1952) American politician
resignation speech Corruption . . . the most infallible symptom of constitutional