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" I confess that I do not entertain that firm and complete attachment to the liberty of the press which things that are supremely good in their very nature are wont to excite in the mind; and I approve of it more from a recollection of the evils it prevents... "
Blackwood's Magazine - Sivu 183
1859
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Blackwood's Magazine, Nide 85

1859
...less is it satisfactory to those who think that the press is already too strong, and who do not see the necessity of confirming or enlarging its power....swain declaring to the press, " Nee tecum nee te sine vivere possum." If Montalcmbcrt and De Tocqueville write in this strain, we need not be surprised that...

Democracy in America, Nide 1

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1838
...examine the effects produced by the liberty of the press in the political world. I confess that I do not entertain that firm and complete attachment to the liberty of the press, which tilings that are supremely good in their very nature are wont to excite in the mind ; and I approve...

Democracy in America, Nide 1

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1839 - 455 sivua
...examine the ef. fects produced by the liberty of the press in the political world. I confess that I do not entertain that firm and complete attachment to...of the press, which things that are supremely good in their very nature are wont to excite in the mind ; and I approve of it /more from a recollection...

Democracy in America: In Relation to Political Institutions

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1850 - 460 sivua
...examine the effects produced by the liberty of the press in the political world. I confess that I do not entertain that firm and complete attachment to the liberty of the press, which things that ares supremely good in their very nature are wont to excite in the mind ; and I approve of it more...

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

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1851
...examine the effects produced by the liberty of the press in the political world. I confess that I do not entertain that firm and complete attachment to...of the press, which things that are supremely good in their very nature are wont to excite in the mind ; and I approve of it more from a recollection...

American Institutions and Their Influence

Alexis de Tocqueville, John Canfield Spencer - 1854 - 460 sivua
...examine the effects produced by the liberty of the press in the political world. I confess that I do not entertain that firm and complete attachment to...of the press, which things that are supremely good in their very nature are wont to excite in the mind ; and I approve of it more from a recollection...

Democracy in America, Nide 15

Alexis de Tocqueville, Henry Reeve - 1899
...examine the effects produced by the liberty of the press in the political world. I confess that I do not entertain that firm and complete attachment to...of the press which things that are supremely good in their very nature are wont to excite in the mind ; and I approve of it more from a recollection...

American Institutions, Nide 1

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1870 - 559 sivua
...examine the effects produced by the liberty of the press in the political world. ' 1 confess that I do not entertain that firm and complete attachment to the liberty of the press which is wont to be excited by things that are supremely good in their very nature. I approve of it from...

Liberty and Law: Being an Attempt at the Refutation of the Individualism of ...

George Lacy - 1888 - 377 sivua
...however, are just as few as they are in any other branch of business. Thus 1 " I confess that I do not entertain that firm and complete attachment to...of the Press which things that are supremely good in their very nature are wont to excite in the mind, and I approve of it more from a recollection of...

Select Cases on the Law of Torts: With Notes, and a Summary of ..., Nide 2

John Henry Wigmore - 1912
...in America. (1835. Ch. XI, Reeves' transl., Appleton ed., Vol. I, p. 185.) ... I confess that I do Lady Sneer. Did you circulate the report of Lady Brittle's...intrigue with Captain Boastall? Snake. That's in as f in their very nature are wont to excite in the mind; and I approve of it more from a recollection of...




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