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|How to achieve the proper balance between majority rule and minority rights |
therefore remains a continuing challenge. How do the ... When great changes
occur in history, when great principles are involved, as a rule the majority are
Hugh Rawson, Margaret Miner - 2006 - 898 pages
|1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Hain't we got all the fools in town on our side? and ain't that a big |
enough majority in any town? ... Notebook  When great changes occur in
history, when great principles are involved, as a rule the majority are wrong.
|... perhaps to the end of my life, in a felons cell.” In his “Address to the Jury,” he |
reflected on his fate: When great changes occur in history, when great principles
are involved, as a rule the majority are wrong. The minority are usually right.
|WENDELL PHILLIPS When great changes occur in history, when great principles |
are involved, as a rule the majority are wrong. The minority are right. EUGENE V.
DEBS The thing we have to fear in this country, to my way of thinking, is the ...
|After the leap, the good-to-great companies generated cumulative stock returns that beat the general stock market by an average of seven times in fifteen years, better than twice the results delivered by a composite index of the world's ...|
|HE history of one of the greatest revolutions that has ever been accom- plished in |
human affairs — of a mighty impulse ... In the latter we too often witness a glaring
degeneracy from first principles, the struggles of parties, a sectarian spirit, and ...
his subject in the wide field presented to his labours: he may describe the great
events which have changed the aspect of a ... previous to the end of the last
century, was more frequently used in a good than in a bad sense: a happy, a
Brian Joseph, Richard Janda - 2008 - 904 pages
|rules. Early generative work on historical phonology thought of sound change as |
rule addition. One of the most interesting ... conditioned rules, and through the
addition of rules in places other than the end of the grammar (“rule insertion”). ... It
turned out that the only good cases of rule insertion involved the addition of rules
before automatic (transparent) rules, often of a ... at which point the appropriate
structural conditions are imposed on them by the principles governing that
Marc Picard - 1994 - 193 pages
|proponent of rule reordering had been forced to admit that "the process is |
essentially analogical" and that "earlier ideas concerning re-orderings were
incorrect" (King 1973, 559). ... leveling as a powerful tendency in linguistic
change; we must question, however, the formal expression of the principle of
paradigm uniformity as rule reordering" (1976, 94). ... Of the many attestations to
this fact, the following three summarize the whole situation most appropriately:
One of the more welcome ...
John Henry Barrow - 1831
|Then came the acknowledgment that the principle of reform was not to be |
resisted ; that it was a fair creditor, whose claim was to be ... But we are not to be
terrified by the shadows which are reflected from the tombs of great men. ... they
would cover themselves with irretrievable disgrace, and they would bequeath a
most bitter legacy to those who come after ... acquainted with the history of his
country, believe, that great political changes are either unusual, unconstitutional,
or bad ?
|Now that some semblance of democracy has been introduced into most of the |
larger States, and the inhabitants have learnt that the ... The Muslims specifically
demanded separate electorates, and the Hindu leaders conceded the principle in
the ... Their effect has been altogether bad. ... The feeling that great changes
were going to take place, and the prospect of some actual transfer of
responsibility and ...