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|The art of government is not to let me grow stale. - Bonaparte, Napoleon Public |
instruction should be the first object of government. - Bonaparte, Napoleon Large
legislative bodies resolve themselves into coteries, and coteries into jealousies.
|Whither wilt thou lead me? speak; I'll go no further. Hamlet The art of government |
is not to let men grow stale. Napoleon I What is leadership? It is something
bestowed on a chosen few: a characteristic like decisiveness or enthusiasm?
|... reoson of stale. Here are a few definitions: Botao 'A perfect knowledge of the |
means through which states form, strengthen themselves, endure, and grow'. ...
Let me consider certain features these definitions have in common. First ... where
does this specific art of government draw its rationale? ... And yet it's very simple:
the art of governing is rational, if reflection causes it to ohserve the nature of what
is governed - here, the stale. Now. to ... No; he'd need only a physician, not a king
|The consequence of this is, that, though the outward form of government remains, |
its temper and character are changed. ... And horlc-whtp'd too among the rest,
The Windsor Barber like a beast, Already hath grown stale in verse and presc. ...
Not only NATURALIST, MUSICIAN, And so forth— G is an OPTICIAN, A
marvellous OPTICIAN let me fay; Who bein? told, ... bring : PAGE to the gloomy
prison went, Proclaim'd his Master's good intent, And brought the artist soon
before the K— .
|Now that the arbitrament of war has been chosen by the revolutionists, let the war |
be so conducted as to bring the ... The contest is not one which my constituents
have sought: they desire that its end may soon come, and that it shall be such ...
That it cannot, if properly treated, grow from a rebellion into a successful
revolution, is already decided. ... Finding this impossible, they have come to the
conclusion that the Government shall be saved from destruction whatever else
|No, sir, not one. The administration confines its measures to the government itself|
. It proposes a loan, by the means of treasury notes, ... Sir, let me turn to the
message itself, to show that all Its recommendations, and, indeed, all the objects
in culling ... having become inoperative by the suspension of paymenv'by the
banks; and apprehending that the eiime cause ... As to the employment of the
stale banks, for the purpose of maintaining the currency, am>carrying on the
operations of ...
|It instructs me so to expunge, as not in expunge, the resolution: it requires of me, |
in a word, a Jesuitical equivocation with my ... Let me thank my enemies for
having given me a consequence which my own merits would never have
achieved, that ... and of the doctrine, (lor precedent will soon grow into doctrine),
which it proposes to establish— namely, that the state ... both of which are
national in their character, remaining in lull force— it ts hard to imaiiiue how the
stale governments, ...
|... To Government a duty swanking. Thus, though they were not beautiful, When |
fill'd with liquors, duty paid. ... improv'd in hue, tho' not in smell. — Says Sukey,
some time after, — • Let me think- That Cherry-bounce must now be fit to drink.
|tnents used by government, in obtaining obe- Jience to its dictates, are rewards |
and punishments. ... The virtue which our Stale ivants is one of health, one born
in the conscience, fostered by religion and taught by example, and not tyrannical
legislation, ... Let me say, with Edmund Burke, magnanimity n politics is not
seldom the truest wisdom, and a great empire and little minds ... In this period of
progressiveneas, fanaticism is growing less in its proportions, and bigotry is