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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.
|... 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, reason of state
... 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. ... No; he'd need only a physician, not a king.
|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?
|PROGRESSIVE AGRICULTURE lVhat I/1e Government 2'; D02}; or the Farmer': |
Bzzsirzess and Homo g The dream of ... The less we spendfor the arts of war the
more we shall have to spend for the arts of peace, and in this doctrine the ...
appropriaMILLIONS for waterless waterways but scant abroad because of the
pressure upon me in this extra session. ... Almost by the time it has reached the
printer's hand the real news impetus of the investigation will have begun to grow
|Education is power of diplomacy, rendering the State strongest in defending it-|
self by the arts of peace. ... The habit of governing himself, which grows- up in the
citizen with education, depends on his mental and moral ... been used heretofore
in their accomplishment, and not by looking to see what end has the national
Government the right to accomplish or to guaranty. ... The census, taken by
fellows who tried to make the showing as bad at possible I And let me tell the
gentleman that ...
|I urge Lord Stanmore, therefore, to make this sporting offer to-the Government, |
and if it is accepted, to prepare, ... Then let him write to the secretaries of the
various art societies, the Academies of England and Scotland, the British Artists
and ... Along with some rubbish that I take to be popular it contained many fine
works which are by no means stale yet; and if this ... Of course my private affairs
do not concern the general public ; but so many reproaches have reached me
during the last ...
|It seems to me, then, that the Vigilance Committee does not make for vigilance at |
all, but rather for mutual neutralising and ... Either they must agree to let one
another's schemes pass unchallenged, which would not be to the public interest,
... It has been announced that the English Government has decided to take an
official part in the Exhibition at St. Louis in ... Entirely outside of the Academy
there has grown up the association of arts and of artists known as the Arts and
|Stale; spoiled with age. ... Let not, like Naevius, every error pass; The mrjly wine, |
foul cloth, or greasy glass. ... the world, is forced to take his affairs into her own
hands, and to spirit him up now and then, that he may not grow must] and unfit ...
For the mutabl: rank-scented many, Let them regard me, as I do not flatter. ...
Holden Let the figures, to which art cannot give a voice, imitate the mule: in their
|Nor should they forget the many, who, for the wantof decent apparel come not to |
hear. The promotion of agriculture, horticulture and the mechanic arts is and
should be among the sacred duties of religion. ... If I can move you by no other
consideration let me tell you that your own fees, and stipends, and salaries
depend upon the success of ... The writers all agree in the main point, namely:
that such a tax is imperioust demanded by the wool growing interest of Ohio, but
they differ as to ...
|It instructs me so to expunge, as not lo expunge, the resolution: it require«! of me, |
in a word, a Jesuitical equivocation with my oalh ... Let me thank my enemies for
having «¡ven me a consequence which my own merits would never have
achieved, thai ... in a consideration ol Ihe practica I consequences of ihe
precedent, nnd of Ihe doctrine, (tor precedent will soon grow into ... To me,
therefore, it seems, lhat the stale government« would commit an imprudent act, if
they should consent to ...