The Westminster Review Volume 25-27

The Westminster Review Volume 25-27

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1836 edition. Excerpt: ...as they haw done, they will retard the destruction of thal ministry only, at the uttermost, 5'01' '1 b"e_fP_' 1-jod of time; they will, however, share in its disgrace, and will, at the sameiimet flugmflf the indifference and apathy of the_P_'el' e the people will look upon them as timi _a irresolute men, in whom no confidence tilt i be placid; who, though pilietsheuppsppsie 42)' are rca y to assert princip, attempt to carry them out The cry of Z1: Ul1lOll amongst Reformeri did not originate with _the 0_pl@i ""l1 'Yer? disgusted and disappointe with the _Wl"g5i but with their leaders, who held out fair prflhmg ises of amendment in the condl1_l him: been disappointed, it is the duty 0:1'-fi icals, under the penalty of losing 1 Bl "o_ dence of the people, io adlopt rilirtglttilglz:7'; 8 conduct. The Grey pvpiii; in omce; the my government with lg Th MGL people withdrew their supp1ft-_ tea" a bourne adminisiratignfiis lillt: n: )1r 'Tl ';_0H: er Tor government, em onlyyin so far as that it does notlpgvlzgiefizgf merely accepts Tory measures, 6' megs. wise, in so far as it p1'0P_05e5 llberah. on_ ures which the Lords re_ect. For t is 6 would augment the power of the people and would tend to reform the House of Lords; because, though they propose to themselves certain ends, they reject the necessary means. Thus they are at least timid and irresolute, and seem to many to be insincere, consequently unfit for any long period to be the leaders of the popular party. With the Grey administration no alliance could honestly be formed by the popular party; with the Mel bourne administration a certain species of co-operation may...show more

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  • Paperback | 588 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 30mm | 1,034g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236981022
  • 9781236981028