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" said my college friend, The Tory member's elder son, 'and there! God bless the narrow sea which keeps her off, And keeps our Britain, whole within herself, A nation yet, the rulers and the ruled — Some sense of duty, something of a faith, Some reverence... "
A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents - Strana 7942
autor/autoři: United States. President - 1917
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Selected Addresses and Public Papers of Woodrow Wilson

Woodrow Wilson - 2002 - 332 str.
...occasion. I think that we can never be present at a ceremony of this kind, which carries our thought back to the great Revolution, by means of which our...purpose, courage, persistency, and that uprightness which conies from the clear thinking of men who wish to serve not themselves but their fellow men. What does...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 1789-1922, Svazek 16

United States. President - 1917
...representations of its cause and in the sound of arms, and ask ourselves what it was that these men Bought for. No one can turn to the career of Commodore Barry...from the clear thinking of men who wish to serve not themselves but their fellow men. What does the United States stand for, then, that our hearts should...
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Woodrow Wilson: The Essential Political Writings

Woodrow Wilson, Ronald J. Pestritto - 2005 - 279 str.
...consciences? Merely a fear of being found out? Are we not going to be lifted to something better than that.— "something of a faith, some reverence for the laws ourselves have made?" Are we not to have a social sense of responsibility as well as an individual sense of responsibility?...
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Woodrow Wilson: Essential Writings and Speeches of the Scholar-president

Woodrow Wilson - 2006 - 429 str.
...than in all the text-books on governments put together: "A nation still, the rulers and the ruled, Some sense of duty, something of a faith Some reverence...will, Some civic manhood firm against the crowd." Can you find summed up the manly self-helping spirit of Saxon liberty anywhere better than in those...
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Tennyson's Rapture: Transformation in the Victorian Dramatic Monologue

Cornelia D. J. Pearsall - 2008 - 408 str.
...Revolution and extols a Britain in which "the rulers and the ruled" enjoy "Some sense of duty,. . . / Some reverence for the laws ourselves have made, / Some patient force to change them when we will" (Conclusion, 54—56). Arnold chooses to ignore, however, the fact that it is not Tennyson who speaks...
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SELECTED LITERARY AND POLITICAL PAPERS AND ADDRESSES OF WOODROW WILSON

GROSSET & DUNLAP - 1921
...ever-deteriorating materials, possibly with degenerating fibre. We have so far succeeded in retaining “Some sense of duty, something of a faith, Some...will, Some civic manhood firm against the crowd;” But we must reckon our power to continue to do so with a people made up of “minds cast in every mould...
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A Sketch Explanatory of Lord Tennyson's Poems: The Princess

R. G. G. - 1885 - 93 str.
...her off, And keeps our Britain, whole within herself, A nation yet, the rulers and the ruled — • Some sense of duty, something of a faith. Some reverence...when we will, Some civic manhood firm against the crowd^But yonder, whiff! there comes a. sudden heat, The gravest citizen seems to lose his head, The...
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