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... and that the surest conquests are those of peace . Though Burke could not win
over Parliament to his views on America , yet in 1780 he had better fortune in
securing economies in government expenditure . He saw the people staggering ...
... Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs , Thoughts on French Affairs , Remarks
on the Policy of the Allies , Observations on the Conduct of the Minority and
Letters on a Regicide Peace , — the reasoning grew feebler , the scolding shriller
He survived but three years , during which he wrote the Letters on a Regicide
Peace . He died on the ninth of July , 1797 . The personality of Burke , which in
his public life seems a little vague and distant , appears with more distinctness in
2 First Letter on a Regicide Peace , Works , V , 244 , 245 . 3 Reflections on the
Revolution in France , Works , III , 313 . 4 See 35 8 - 10 ; 7 14 , note . 5 Speech on
the Petition of the Unitarians , Works , VII , 45 . 1 Reflections on the Revolution in
... a Regicide Peace ; in the splendor of the appeal at the close of the Speech on
Conciliation ; in the unadorned gravity of the Address to the King . Through all
this range , from which humor alone is excluded , Burke moves with a sure and ...
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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