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" The Americans hold, that in every state the supreme power ought to emanate from the people; but when once that power is constituted, they can conceive, as it were, no limits to it, and they are ready to admit that it has the right to do whatever it pleases. "
Democracy in America - Stran 200
avtor: Alexis de Tocqueville - 1840
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The Republic of the United States of America: And Its Political Institutions ...

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1851 - 875 strani
...we shall detect some of the notions which I have just pointed out, and we shall perhaps be surprised to find so much accordance between men who are so...cities, families, or persons ; their minds appear never to have foreseen that it might be possible not to apply with strict uniformity the same laws...
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Democracy in America, tr. by H. Reeve, Količina 1

Alexis Henri C.M. Clérel comte de Tocqueville - 1862
...we shall detect some of the notions which I have just pointed out, and we shall perhaps be surprised to find so much accordance between men who are so...cities, families, or persons : their minds appear never to have foreseen that it might be possible not to apply with strict uniformity the same laws...
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Democracy in America, Količina 2

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1862
...we shall detect some of the notions which I have just pointed out, and we shall perhaps be surprised to find so much accordance between men who are so...cities, families, or persons : their minds appear never to have foreseen that it might be possible not to apply with strict uniformity the same laws...
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The World's Great Classics: Democracy in America, by A. de Tocqueville

Timothy Dwight, Julian Hawthorne - 1899
...we shall detect some of the notions which I have just pointed out, and we shall perhaps be surprised to find so much accordance between men who are so...cities, families, or persons : their minds appear never to have foreseen that it might be possible not to apply with strict uniformity the same laws...
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National Ideals Historically Traced, 1607-1907, Količina 26 ,1. del

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1907 - 401 strani
...Parliament, "There shall thy proud wave be stayed." The colonists doubtless also held, as Tocqueville says, " that in every state the supreme power ought to emanate...but when once that power is constituted, . . . they are ready to admit that it has the right to do whatever it pleases. ' ' * But it never entered the...
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Alexis de Tocqueville on Democracy, Revolution, and Society

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1982 - 391 strani
...some of the notions I have just pointed out, and we shall perhaps be surprised to find so much accord between men who are so often at variance. The Americans...they can conceive, as it were, no limits to it, and are ready to admit that it has the right to do whatever it pleases. They have not the slightest notion...
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Alexis de Tocqueville on Democracy, Revolution, and Society

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1982 - 391 strani
...pointed out, and we shall perhaps be surprised to find so much accord between men who are so.often at variance. The Americans hold that in every state...they can conceive, as it were, no limits to it, and are ready to admit that it has the right to do whatever it pleases. They have not the slightest notion...
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The State and the Mass Media in Japan, 1918-1945

Gregory J. Kasza - 1993 - 356 strani
...republic and even refused to grant legislative powers to the state in consequence. De Tocqueville wrote: The Americans hold that in every state the supreme...privileges granted to cities, families, or persons. . . . These ideas take root and spread in proportion as social conditions become more equal and men...
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Classical Readings in Culture and Civilization

Stephen Mennell, John F. Rundell - 1998 - 248 strani
...variance. The Americans hold, that in every state the supreme power ouglu to emanate from the people: hut when once that power is constituted, they can conceive,...to it. and they are ready to admit that it has the riglu to do whatever it pleases, They have not the sligluest notion of peculiar privileges granted...
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Classical Readings in Culture and Civilization

Stephen Mennell, John F. Rundell - 1998 - 248 strani
...everv state the supreme power ouglu to emanate from the people; hut when once that power is constimted. they can conceive. as it were. no limits to it. and they are ready to admit that it has the riglu to do whatever it pleases. They have not the sligluest notion of peculiar privileges granted...
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