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|that, if high position is combined with good family, it is quite uncertain whether |
merit, that is to say, skill and fidelity in office, ... of the well known saying of Pope: "
For Forms of Government let fools contest; Whatever is best administered is best.
|eutlon of it, is subject to no constitutional checks or con- trouls ; but being |
possessed of the whole power of government, is as ... No less just is the censure
which the Doctor passes on these two lines of Pope, For forms of government let
fools contest, Whate'er is best administer' d is best. ... Now whatever public
benefit depends upon the character of persons in power, it is derived from their
wisdom and ...
|Introduction: Policy in action the challenge of service delivery and |
implementation For Forms of Government let fools contest; whatever is best
administered is best. (English poet Alexander Pope, 16881744) It was once
said that the moral ...
|Since we have adopted democratic form of government, the ultimate remedy lies |
with the people to force the ... Pope: For forms of government let fools contest,
whatever is best administered is best, the form of government is least important
|and "Republicanism" in its best sense is nothing more than an attachment to a |
republican form of government. ... against thrones that are simply permitted to
exist while they reel and totter before they fall he would not now say again : '
For forms of government let fools contest. Whatever's best administered is best." It
is not ...
|For forms of government let fools contest Whatever is best administered is best. |
And what is to be done by a ruler for 'the best government'? Tulasidas, a noted
thinker poet of India, has provided the criterion: "Mukhiya mukhaso chahiye
|forms of government is useless. The quality of the government is more important |
than the form of government: For forms of government let fools contest Whatever
is best administered is best. - Alexander Pope In the same strain, the Chanakya ...
|... "For forms of government let fools contest; Whatever is best administered is |
best." Nevertheless, in many Mississippi communities, debate over the "best"
form of government becomes heated. Community leaders are well aware that the
|Were it once admitted, that all governments are alike, and that the only difference |
consists in the character and conduct of the governors, most political disputes ...
For forms of government let fools contest, Whatever is best administered is best.
|The most familiar comment on the subject is probably that of the great British poet |
of the Augustan age, Alexander Pope: For forms of government let fools contest.
Whatever is best administered is best.‘ True, public administration was not ex- ...