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|Bridgestone is concerned that the 30 percent withholding tax imposed by the |
proposal would have a broad and ... Republicans think that the less government
we have, the better off we are; and the more money you are allowed to keep, the
|Looking at Emerson's Politics, an essay published in 1844, four years before |
Thoreau delivered the lecture that would ... be for less government: “Hence, the
less government we have, the better, – the fewer laws, and the less confided
|One, we need a strong government to handle today's complex economic |
problems; or two, the free market can handle these ... That is, many disagree with
Jefferson, that the less government the better; many reject the claim that
|Else to-morrow a stranger will say with masterly good sense precisely what we |
have thought and felt all the time, and we shall be forced to take ... Hence the less
government we have the better, — the fewer laws, and the less confided power.
|Sir Francis Bacon “The final end of Government is not to exert restraint but to do |
good.” — Rufus Choate “The ... Calvin Coolidge “The less government we have,
the better — the fewer laws, and the less confided power.” — “The State is our ...
|Obviously such an uneasy relation to law is a sign that the sphere of politics is |
morally dubious. ... Want of liberty, by strengthening law and decorum, stupefies
conscience. . . . the less government we have the better — the fewer laws, and
|Psalms 144:15 We are summoned on this occasion to consider in a peculiar |
manner the general offences of the people and to pray for the ... In the lecture "
Politics," Emerson wrote, "the less government we have, the better" (EL 3:242 ...
|I believe we will have better government when men and women discuss public |
issues together and make their decisions on the basis of their common ... The
less government we have the better - the fewer laws and less confided power.
|From the Ante Bellum Period to the Reconstruction Period after the Civil War |
Frederick William Dame. 1842 and 1846 ... 431, where he writes: "The less
government we have the better – the fewer laws, and the less confided power."
Also, in his ...
|I heartily accept the motto,—“That government is best which governs least”;1 and |
I should like to see it acted up to more rapidly and systematically. Carried out, it ...
Emerson similarly wrote in “Politics”: “The less government we have the better.