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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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The Principles of Sociology

Edward Alsworth Ross - 1920 - 740 pages
...autonomy stimulates them with hope and causes them to progress rapidly. No large simple maxim like " No man is good enough to govern another without that other's consent " or its opposite, " The back- Justified ward races are the white man's burden," gives trustworthy...
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The Community Capitol: A Program for American Unity

Melville Clyde Kelly - 1921 - 374 pages
...better nor equal hope in the world. Most governments are based, primarily on the denial of equal rights. They said, 'some men are too ignorant and vicious...system you would always keep them ignorant and vicious. We purpose to give them a chance and we expect the weak to grow stronger, the ignorant wiser, and all...
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The Negro in Our History

Carter Godwin Woodson - 1922 - 420 pages
...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...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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The Essential American Tradition: An Anthology of Striking and Significant ...

Jesse Lee Bennett - 1925 - 360 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...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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The Philippine Revolution

Teodoro Manguiat Kalaw - 1925 - 382 pages
...Declaration of Independence in the closing campaign of the century. "We hold with Abraham Lincoln that: 'No man is good enough to govern another without that other's consent. When the white man governs himself, that is self-government; but when he governs himself and also governs...
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Abraham Lincoln: The Prairie Years,

Carl Sandburg - 1926 - 528 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...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: The Prairie Years, Volume 1

Carl Sandburg - 1926 - 528 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...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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An Autobiography of Abraham Lincoln: Consisting of the Personal Portions of ...

Abraham Lincoln - 1926 - 544 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...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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Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the Association ..., Volumes 32-34

Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations. Convention - 1919 - 904 pages
...Here is too dangerous a power to rest in the hands of any one class or interest. Lincoln said that no man is good enough to govern another without that other's consent, and we may say that no class, even the farmer, is good enough or broadminded enough or intelligent...
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The Conquest of the Philippines by the United States, 1898-1925

Moorfield Storey, Marcial Primitivo Lichauco - 1926 - 298 pages
...the American revolution, the Declaration of Independence. It opened to them the words of Lincoln that "no man is good enough to govern another without that other's consent." And yet the Taft po^cy expected to have these pupils as contented subjects for generations, enjoying...
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