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|When great questions end little parties begin, says an eminent constitutional |
authority.1 This was actually the case in Canada in 1863. The union of the two
Canadas, inaugurated in 1841 and designed principally to denationalise the ...
|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:
|Where great questions end, little parties begin. And a very happy community, with |
few new laws to make, few old bad laws to repeal, and but simple foreign
relations to adjust, has great difficulty in employing a legislature. There is nothing
for it ...
|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 ...
|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 ...
|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
|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 ...
|As for the political results of their pijrmanence, we will quote (with a few verbal |
changes) a great authority, on their ... men to do nearly nothing, they will quarrel
with each other about that nothing ; where great questions end, little parties begin
|The exemplary novel of the Jazz Age, F. Scott Fitzgeralds' third book, The Great Gatsby (1925), stands as the supreme achievement of his career.|
|They assumed that there was no longer any great questions to settle; they did not |
perceive the danger that Bagehot perceived when he said that where great
questions end, little parties begin. Their mentality became a Maginot mentality