J. William Fulbright Quote

We are inclined to confuse freedom and democracy, which we regard as moral principles, with the way in which they are practiced in America with capitalism, federalism, and the two-party system, which are not moral principles but simply the preferred and accepted practices of the American people.


Old myths and new realities, and other commentaries (ed. 1964)

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We are inclined to confuse freedom and democracy, which we regard as moral principles, with the way in which they are practiced in America with...

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We are inclined to confuse freedom and democracy, which we regard as moral principles, with the way in which they are practiced in America with...

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We are inclined to confuse freedom and democracy, which we regard as moral principles, with the way in which they are practiced in America with...

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We are inclined to confuse freedom and democracy, which we regard as moral principles, with the way in which they are practiced in America with...