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" ... are the work of men ; owe their origin and their whole existence to human will. Men did not wake on a summer morning and find them sprung up. Neither do they resemble trees, which, once planted, ' are aye growing' while men  "
Library of Universal Knowledge: Being a Reprint Entire of the Last (1879 ... - Сторінка 251
1880
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Considerations on Representative Government

John Stuart Mill - 1861 - 340 стор.
...Neither do they resemble trees, which, once planted, ' are aye growing' while men ' are sleeping.' In every stage of their existence they are made what they are by human voluntary agency. Like all things, therefore, which are made by men, they may be either well or ill made ; judgment and...
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Considerations on Representative Government

John Stuart Mill - 1861 - 340 стор.
...Neither do they resemble trees, which, once planted, ' are aye growing' while men ' are sleeping.' -,\Tn every stage of their existence they are made what they are by human voluntary agency. Like/' I all things, therefore, which are made by men, ^ they may be either well or ill made ; judgment...
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People ...

1863
...Mill in his important work on Keprmrntatiix Government. The conclusion at which he arrives is, that ' men did not wake on a summer morning and find them...what they are by human voluntary agency * (p. 4). 'Jliis absolute ]>ower of human choice, however, is limited by three conditions which Mr Mill states...
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Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge, Том 5

1868
...not wake on • summer morning and find them sprung up; neither do they resemble trees, which, onco planted, ' are aye growing ' while men ' are sleeping...choice, however, is limited by three conditions which Mr МШ states thus : ' The people for whom the government is intended must be willing to accept it, or...
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Dublin examination papers

Dublin city, univ - 1868
...Neither do they resemble trees, which, when once planted, " are ages growing," while men " are sleeping." In every stage of their existence they are made what they are by human voluntary agency. Like all things, therefore, which are made by men, they may be either well or ill made; judgment and...
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Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the ..., Том 5

1876
...Mill in his important work on Jiepresentalive Government. The conclusion at which he arrives is, that 'men did not wake on a summer morning and find them...whom the government is intended must be willing to acceçt it, or at least not so unwilling as to oppose an insurmountable obstacle to its establishment;...
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Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People ...

1878
...neither do they resemble trees, which, once planted, ' are aye growing ' while men ' are deeping ; ' but that 'in every stage of their existence they are...4). This absolute power of human choice, however, U limited by three conditions which Mr Mill states thus : ' The people for whom the government is intended...
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The North American Review

1878
...sprung up. Neither do they resemble trees, which, once planted, are aye growing while men are sleeping. In every stage of their existence they are made what they are by human voluntary agency." And this reasoning is justified by historical facts which he addncee. Rome was incalculably indebted...
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Lectures Introductory to the Study of the Law of the Constitution

Albert Venn Dicey - 1885 - 407 стор.
...and the Bill of Rights have a certain affinity to judicial decisions. " while men ' are sleeping.' In every stage of their " existence they are made what they are by human " voluntary agency 1 ." Yet though this is so the dogma that the form of a government is a sort of spontaneous growth...
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Lectures Introductory to the Study of the Law of the Constitution

Albert Venn Dicey - 1885 - 407 стор.
...and the Bill of Rights have a certain affinity to judicial decisions. " while men ' are sleeping.' In every stage of their " existence they are made what they are by human " voluntary agency1." Yet though this is so the dogma that the form of a government is a sort of spontaneous growth...
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