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|3 The man who will follow precedent, but never create one, is merely an obvious |
example of the routineer. ... was arguing in favor of admitting women to practice
in ihe U.S. Supreme Court, for which there was no precedent. In 1 879 she
became Ihe first woman to practice there. 5 To say that a thing has never yet
been done among men is to erect a barrier stronger than reason, stronger than
|But if the steel men and the iron men have got beyond the need of protection, it is |
indeed a singular circumstance that they have never yet ceased to call for more
and stronger barriers against competition ; the conclusion is irresistible, that ... to
open competition on a fair field, or which has not, on the contrary, been more
fixed in its determination to continue protected? ... The party now so long out of
power may not succeed this year, but its day will come ; and then, if not done
sooner, the ...
|However, these things must always be, and the evil influences among the Jews |
have learned just what kind of help they may expect and from what kind of men.
... Organizations have been proposed, for various purposes; strong organizations
have offered themselves as vehicles for ... Observe it, identify it, eschew it—that is
more powerful than active opposition. ... dealers have introduced, let the
business men of the country adopt the old way of the white man, when a man's
word was ...
|The practice of Lord Mansfield in reference to juries brought down upon him the |
strong invective of Junius and the displeasure of the people. ... I venture to
believe the evils are exaggerated, the source of the just complaint traceable to
other sources than those mentioned, ... Against this unlimited judicial power our
ancestors erected the barrier of the trial by jury. ... Philosophers have never been
satisfied with it; business men in the great centers of commerce who escape jury
duty do not ...
|A need of suitable text-books was felt, and yet there were some who thought they |
should be discarded entirely. ... but breaking down all sectarian barriers and
working upon one broad platform, encourage those things which, have a
tendency to ... The members of this Society of Friends never would have done so
if they had been strong, and firmly established in the ... to publish Friends' Lesson
Leaves, the development of which is of too recent occurrence to need more than
a passing ...
|Legislation has proved a weapon more efficient when held in reserve than when |
put in use. The great difficulty has been in the want of the medium through which
to bring public opinion to a locus. ... It is doing this very thing now. ... Reason,
backed bv public opinion, is a great deal stronger than any United Status Marshal
. ... A yet greater advantage would arise from the fact that these discussions and
recommendations would Bpeedily bring priuc pies to light, and would thus apply