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... holding office during his pleasure should be paid by the crown : the colonists ,
unable to obtain redress through the regular government , organized committees
of correspondence which bound the whole country together in common action .
Here I remained a good while , and with much pleasure ; and this was my furor
logicus , a disease very common in the days of ignorance and very uncommon in
these enlightened times . Next succeeded the furor historicus , which also had its
When leading statesmen held the belief , still common among ignorant people ,
that the surest method of enlarging national commerce is to restrict and retaliate ;
Burke advocated liberality . His narrow - minded constituents remonstrated , but ...
... of liberty , the sacred temple consecrated to our common faith , ” 9 — these
passages , though in a manner to be attempted by a genius only , and even then
too ornate for modern taste , were for the time and place proper and effective . But
... to choose a plan for dealing with America . ( 3 1 - 25 ) II . The subject is a most
serious one . ( 4 1 ) A . Since it was the most important matter before Parliament
when Burke took his seat , he was at more than common pains · to instruct
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This well-crafted address was presented as a series of suggestions for a way to conciliate the American colonists and avoid a revolt. The common-sense points that Burke makes and the ways that he goes ... Прочетете пълната рецензия