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" ... family, itself a little state — a political, social, and economic unit — these and other facts have rendered us independent of government control to an extent which to Europeans may seem incredible. Neither the acts nor the omissions of the authorities... "
Letters from a Chinese Official: Being an Eastern View of Western Civilization - Sivu 41
tekijä(t) Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson - 1903 - 75 sivua
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Letters from a Chinese Official: Being an Eastern View of Western Civilization

Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson - 1903 - 75 sivua
...incredible. Neither the acts nor the omissions of the authorities at Peking have any real or permanent eifect on the life of our masses, except so far as they register...surface of the sea, may fleck with foam its superficial cur[41] rents; it will never shake or trouble the clear unfathomable deep which is the still and brooding...

Letters from a Chinese Official: Being an Eastern View of Western Civilization

Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson - 1906 - 75 sivua
...peaceable nature of our people (when they are not maddened by the ag[40] gression of foreigners), aboss all, the institution of the family, itself a little...surface of the sea, may fleck with foam its superficial cur[41] rents; it will never shake or trouble the clear unfathomable deep which is the still and brooding...

Letters to a Chinese Official: Being a Western View of Eastern Civilization

William Jennings Bryan - 1906 - 95 sivua
...into effect, except in so far as they are endorsed by public opinion." And then you add the threat : " The passive resistance of so vast a people, rooted...force will ever suffice to stir that huge inertia." And this is the law-abiding people whose virtues you so indiscriminately extol! They permit an absolute...

Letters from a Chinese Official: Being an Eastern View of Western Civilization

Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson - 1918 - 75 sivua
...civilization, the peaceable nature of our people (when they are not maddened by the ag[40] gression of foreigners), above all, the institution of the...surface of the sea, may fleck with foam its superficial cur[41 ] rents; it will never shake or trouble the clear unfathomable deep which is the still and brooding...




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