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" Most governments have been based, practically, on the denial of the equal rights of men as I have, in part, stated them; ours began by affirming those rights. They said, some men are too ignorant and vicious to share in government. Possibly so, said we;... "
Our New Departure - Page 5
by Moorfield Storey - 1901 - 43 pages
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Transactions of the Annual Meeting

South Carolina Bar Association - 1886 - 742 pages
...condemned. I ask again, Is this success ? We have proved abundantly the truth of Lincoln's words : "No man is good enough to govern another without that other's consent;" and the more we extol the character and purposes of those who have done these things, the more complete...
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Complete Works, Volume 5

Abraham Lincoln - 1894 - 444 pages
...based, practically, on the denial of the equal rights of men. Ours began by affirming those rights. They said ' some men are too ignorant and vicious...system you would always keep them ignorant and vicious. We proposed to give all a chance; and we expected the weak to grow stronger, the ignorant wiser, and...
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Abraham Lincoln: Complete Works, Comprising His Speeches, Letters ..., Volume 1

Abraham Lincoln - 1894 - 1080 pages
...of the equal rights of men, as I have, in part, stated them ; ours began by affirming those rights. They said, some men are too ignorant and vicious to...share in government. Possibly so, said we ; and, by vonr system, you would always keep them ignorant and vicious. We proposed to give all a chance; and...
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Life and Distinguished Services of Hon. William McKinley and the Great ...

Murat Halstead - 1896 - 540 pages
...based, practically, on the denial of the equal rights of men. Ours began by affirming those rights. They said : ' Some men are too ignorant and vicious...system you would always keep them ignorant and vicious. We propose to give all a chance, and we expect the weak to grow stronger, the ignorant wiser, and all...
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Life and Distinguished Services of Hon. Wm. McKinley and the Great Issues of ...

Murat Halstead - 1896 - 522 pages
...based, practically, on the denial of the equal rights of men. Ours began by affirming those rights. They said : ' Some men are too ignorant and vicious...system you would always keep them ignorant and vicious. We propose to give all a chance, and we expect the weak to grow stronger, the ignorant wiser, and all...
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Victorious Republicanism and Lives of the Standard-bearers, McKinley and ...

Murat Halstead - 1900 - 568 pages
...based, practically, on the denial of the equal rights of men. Ours began by affirming those rights. They said : ' Some men are too ignorant and vicious...system you would always keep them ignorant and vicious. We propose to give all a chance, and we expect the weak to grow stronger, the ignorant wiser, and all...
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Lincoln's Words on Living Questions: A Collection of All the Recorded ...

Abraham Lincoln - 1900 - 186 pages
...based, practically, on the denial of the equal rights of men. Ours began by affirming those rights. They said, "some men are too ignorant and vicious...system you would always keep them ignorant and vicious. We propose to give all a chance; and we 56 expect the weak to grow stronger, the ignorant wiser and...
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The American Monthly Review of Reviews, Volume 22

Albert Shaw - 1900 - 810 pages
...formulated in the Declaration of Independence, and which Lincoln reformulated when he declared that " no man is good enough to govern another without that other's consent." MR. BRYAN'S CHOICE OF POSITION. At the time that he resigned from the army, Mr. Bryan took one position...
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Momentous Issues: Competition in Business, Stable Price Level, Prosperity ...

George Henry Shibley - 1900 - 264 pages
...ON—for there is a great danger that it will go on—THAT THIS GOVERNMENT WILL BE BKOKEN UP." Lincoln. NO MAN IS GOOD ENOUGH TO GOVERN ANOTHER WITHOUT THAT OTHER'S . CONSENT. (See also pages 15G, 159, 170, 222, above.) Grant. (See page 170, above.) Webster. Daniel Webster,...
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William Mckinley

Murat Halsted - 1901 - 1236 pages
...based, practically, on the denial of the equal rights of men. Ours began by affirming those rights. They said : ' Some men are too ignorant and vicious...system you would always keep them ignorant and vicious. We propose to give all a chance, and we expect the weak to grow stronger, the ignorant wiser, and all...
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