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" America, then, exhibits in her social state an extraordinary phenomenon. Men are there seen on a greater equality in point of fortune and intellect, or, in other words, more equal in their strength, than in any other country of the world, or in any age... "
The Christian Examiner - Страница 265
под редакцията на - 1863
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The American Quarterly Review, Том 19

Robert Walsh - 1836
...are submitted to the same method of treatment. "America, then, exhibits in her social state a most extraordinary phenomenon. Men are there seen on a...age of which history has preserved the remembrance." It may not be very flattering to our national vanity to be told that this mediocrity of acquirement...

Democracy in America, Том 1

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1838
...enjoy any durability. America, then, exhibits in her social state a most extraordinary phsenomenon. Men are there seen on a greater equality in point...age of which history has preserved the remembrance. POLITICAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE SOCIAL CONDITION OF THE ANGLO-AMERICANS. 47 It is impossible to believe...

Democracy in America, Том 1

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1839
...state a most extraordinary phenomenon. Men are there seen on a greater equality in point of for. tune and intellect, or, in other words, more equal in their...age of which history has preserved the remembrance. POLITICAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE SOCIAL CONDITION OP THE ANGLO- AMERICANS. THE political consequences...

Democracy in America, Том 1

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1839 - 455 страници
...point of for. tune and intellect, or, in other words, more equal in their strength, tha.n in any oth«r country .of the. world, or, in any age of which history has preserved the remembrance. POLITICAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE SOCIAL CONDITION OF THE ANGLO-AMERICANS. (THE political consequences...

Principles of Political Economy: Of the laws of the production and ...

Henry Charles Carey - 1840
...some as they rise, others as they descend. * * * America, then, exhibits in her social state a most extraordinary phenomenon. Men are there seen on a...of which history has preserved the remembrance."* For centuries past there has been in Great Britain a constantly increasing tendency to equality of...

Principles of political economy, Част 3

Henry Charles Carey - 1840
...some as they rise, others as they descend. * * * America, then, exhibits in her social state a most extraordinary phenomenon. Men are there seen on a...of which history has preserved the remembrance."* For centuries past there has been in Great Britain a constantly increasing tendency to equality of...

Democracy in America, Том 1

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1841
...seen on a greater equality in point of fortune and intellect, or in other words, more equal in theii strength, than in any other country of the world, or, in any age oi which history has preserved the remembrance. POLITICAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE SOCIAL CONDITION OF THE...

Democracy in America

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1848 - 875 страници
...exhibits in her social state a most extraordinary phenomenon. Men are there seen on a greater equality m point of fortune and intellect, or in other words,...age of which history has preserved the remembrance. POLITICAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE SOCIAL CONDITION OF THE ANGLOAMERICANS. \ THE political consequences...

Democracy in America: In Relation to Political Institutions

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1850 - 460 страници
...influence of individual character enjoy any durability. .America, then, exhibits in her social state a most extraordinary phenomenon. Men are there seen on a...age of which history has preserved the remembrance. POLITICAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE SOCIAL CONDITION OF THE ANGLO-AMERICANS. THE political consequences of...

The Republic of the United States of America: And Its Political Institutions ...

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1851 - 875 страници
...influence of individual character enjoy any durability. America, then, exhibits in her social state a most extraordinary phenomenon. Men are there seen on a...age of which history has preserved the remembrance. POLITICAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE SOCIAL CONDITION OF THE ANGLOAMERICANS. THE political consequences of...




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