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It is true that the wits still gathered in the London coffee - houses , and , as Dr .
Johnson and David Garrick had done , men still came to town to make fortunes in
business and attain eminence in all professions ; but life outside London was ...
... as regards both taxation and the control of officers . The purpose of George the
Third was even more nakedly set forth when Parliament suspended the assembly
of New York for refusal to provide certain supplies for the army . It is true that in ...
True to his conservative instincts , he rejected the commonly proposed reforms , -
universal suffrage , the disfranchisement of “ rotten boroughs , " representation for
the new trading towns , triennial Parliaments , and the exclusion from the ...
Thus , with the utmost breadth of view , with an elevation of style which he never
surpassed , and with a temperance of expression which he perhaps never again
attained , he enunciated principles which are as true for America to - day as i ...
The basis of Burke ' s system is explained in a sentence from one of his letters : “
The principles of true politics are those of morality enlarged ; and I neither now do
, nor ever will , admit of any other . " 1 But had he never written this sentence ...
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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