Walter Bagehot Quote

The greatest enjoyment possible to man was that which this philosophy promises its votaries—the pleasure of being always right, and always reasoning—without ever being bound to look at anything.


No. VII, Its Supposed Checks and Balances, p. 250 - The English Constitution (1867)

The English Constitution (1894)/Its Supposed Checks and Balances

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