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" The ends of government are as comprehensive as those of the social union. They consist of all the good, and all the immunity from evil, which the existence of government can be made either directly or indirectly to bestow. "
The Wharton school annals of political science - Pagina 51
door Pennsylvania univ, Wharton sch. of finance and econ - 1885
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Principles of Political Economy with Some of Their Applications to ..., Volume 2

John Stuart Mill - 1848
...is not admissible, that the protection of person and property are the sole purposes of government. The ends of government are as comprehensive as those...can be made either directly or indirectly to bestow. In the second place, the practice of setting definite values on things essentially indefinite, and...
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Principles of political economy, with some of their applications ..., Volume 2

John Stuart Mill - 1849
...admissible that the protection of persons and that of property are the sole purposes of government. The ends of government are as comprehensive as those...can be made either directly or indirectly to bestow. In the second place, the practice of setting definite values on things essentially indefinite, and...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications ..., Volume 2

John Stuart Mill - 1857
...admissible that the protection of persons and that of property are the sole purposes of government. The ends of government are as comprehensive as those...can be made either directly or indirectly to bestow. In the second place, the practice of setting definite values on things essentially indefinite, and...
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The Social science review [afterw.] New York social science review. A ...

Alexander Del Mar - 1865
...admissible that the protection of persons and that of property are the sole purposes of government. The ends of government are as comprehensive as those...can be made either directly or indirectly to bestow. In the second place, the practice of setting definite values on things essentially indefinite, and...
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The New York Social Science Review: A Quarterly Journal of ..., Volume 2

Alexander Del Mar, Simon Stern, James K. Hamilton Willcox - 1866
...admissible that the protection of persons and that of property are the sole purposes of government. The ends of government are as comprehensive as those...can be made either directly or indirectly to bestow. In the second place, the practice of setting definite values on things essentially indefinite, and...
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Principles of Political Economy with Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - 1875 - 591 pagina’s
...the sole purposes of government. The ends of government are as comprehensive as those of the socinl union. They consist of all the good, and all the immunity...can be made either directly or indirectly to bestow. In the second place, the practice of setting definite values on things essentially indefinite, and...
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Principles of Political Economy, Volume 2

John Stuart Mill - 1881
...admissible that the protection of persons and that of property are the sole purposes of government. The ends of government are as comprehensive as those...can be made either directly or indirectly to bestow. In the second place, the practice of setting definite values on things essentially indefinite, and...
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Lippincott's Magazine, Volume 29

1882
...embrace a much wider field than can be included in the ring-fence of any restrictive definition. . . . The ends of government are as comprehensive as those...be made, either directly or indirectly, to bestow." It is always to be remembered that in dealing with educational problems the first consideration must...
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Publications of the University of Pennsylvania: Political ..., Nummers 1-8

1886
...all progress. But the attempt to justify on theoretical grounds a purely negative and laissezfaire policy on the part of the state was a hopeless failure....evil which the existence of government can be made eiti:er directly or indirectly to bestow." As a matter of fact, the drift of events, both in science...
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Publications of the American Economic Association, Volume 1

American Economic Association - 1886
...It is possible that we might all agree to the statement of John Stuart Mill on this point, viz : " that the ends of government are as comprehensive as those of the social union. They include all the benefit and all the immunity from evil which government can be made to confer." Such...
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