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|Party is the madness of the many for the gain of the few. 7. There is no gambling |
like politics. 8. Vain hope, to make people happy by politics. 9. When great
questions end, little parties begin. 10. Office shows the person. Chapter 120:
|question." * The absence of doctrinal contention likewise tended toward the |
fragmentation of politics : for "where great questions end, little parties begin." 5
But in the early 1750's even the maneuvers and intrigues of the "little parties"
were at a ...
|When great questions end, little parties begin. BARU CH, BERNARD (United |
States, 1870–1965) Baruch made himself a millionaire before he was thirty. He
also had some great nicknames. In the early 1900s, the young financier was
|INDIAN conservatism is so well entrenched that it needs no party to defend it, but |
so many parties profess to be progressive or socialist that there is a conservative
party. The Swatantra ... When great questions end, little parties begin. It is now ...
|Bacon, Francis When great questions end, little parties begin. - Bagehot, Walter |
The apparent rulers of the English nation are like the imposing personages of a
splendid procession: it is by them the mob are influenced; it is they whom the ...
|In the most renowned novel by English author Lewis Carroll, restless young Alice literally stumbles into adventure when she follows the hurried, time-obsessed White Rabbit down a hole and into a fantastical realm where animals are quite ...|
|Where do you begin? How do you ... This chapter will show you how to begin and |
help you to feel confident in taking your first bite. ... You probably have practical
knowledge of how parties tend to work, so you make your way to the kitchen
where it is likely that you will be able to get a drink. ... If you have no questions in
mind, you will read with little focus and at the end will feel that you have achieved
little. ... Formulating your research questions It is important to realize that 146
|With great respect, very truly, Johh Austin Stevens, Esq. J. G. POTTS. ... less |
patriotic than our forofatbers t Why can we not lay aside party, potty fault-findings,
and unite as one man, until the honor ... little patient modesty until we Bhall again
bo triumphant 1 End tho rebellion — make war upon the western mountains,
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