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" ... though the highest offices of the state might be reserved to a privileged class. But a finished democracy, that which fully satisfied the Greek notion, was one in which every attribute of sovereignty might be shared, without respect to rank or property,... "
A History of Greece - Page 395
by Connop Thirlwall - 1835 - 3394 pages
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The American Whig Review, Volume 5

1847
...seven centuries to liberalize them into a " finished democracy which fully satisfied the Greek nation ; one in which every attribute of sovereignty might...respect to rank or property, by every freeman.'•* Tho Greeks began with monarchy ; and having passed through all the intermediate species and shades...
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The American Review: A Whig Journal of Politics, Literature, Art, and Science

George Hooker Colton, James Davenport Whelpley - American literature - 1847
...seven centuries to liberalize them into a " finished democracy which fully satisfied the Greek nation; one in which every attribute of sovereignty might...without respect to rank or property, by every freeman."* The Greeks began with monarchy; and having passed through all the intermediate species and shades of...
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The American Whig Review, Volume 5

1847
...seven centuries to liberalize them into a " finished democracy which fully satisfied the Greek nation ; one in which every attribute of sovereignty might...without respect to rank or property, by every freeman."* The Greeks began with monarchy; and having passed through all the intermediate species and shades of...
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The American Whig Review, Volume 7

1848
...democrática!, though the highest offices of the state might be reserved to я privileged class. But a finished democracy, that which fully satisfied the Greek notion,...citizen, which, in the opinion of Aristotle, could not exi^t without л voice in the legislative assembly, and such a share in the administration of justice1...
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The American Whig Review, Volumes 7-8

1848
...democmtical, though the highest offices of the state might be reserved to a privileged class. But a finished democracy, that which fully satisfied the Greek notion,...of a citizen, which, in the opinion of Aristotle, coiild not exist without a voice in the legislative assembly, and such a share in the administration...
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The American Whig Review, Volume 7

1848
...democrática!, though the highest offices of the state might be reserved to a privileged class. But a finished democracy, that which fully satisfied the Greek notion,...the character of a citizen, which, in the opinion of Aristoúe, could not exist without a voice in the legislative assembly, and such a share in the administration...
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The Works of Charles Sumner, Volume 10

Slavery - 1874
...Thirl wall, in his studies of Greek polity, recognized this rule, when he wrote : — " But a finished democracy, that which fully satisfied the Greek notion,...without respect to rank or property, by every freeman." * In recognizing the right of " every freeman " to the full enjoyment of the elective franchise, our...
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The Works of Charles Sumner, Volume 10

Charles Sumner - Slavery - 1876
...Thirlwall, in his studies of Greek polity, recognized this rule, when he wrote : — " But a finished democracy, that which fully satisfied the Greek notion,...without respect to rank or property, by every freeman." 2 In recognizing the right of "every freeman" to the full enjoyment of the elective franchise, our...
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The Olden Time: A Monthly Publication Devoted to the Preservation ..., Volume 2

Neville B. Craig - Ohio River Valley - 1876
...centuries to liberalize them into "a finished democracy " which fully satisfied the Greek nation ; one in which every attribute of sovereignty might...without respect to rank or property, by every freeman."* The Greeks began with monarchy; and having passed through all the intermediate species and shades of...
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Charles Sumner; His Complete Works: With Introduction by Hon ..., Volume 13

Charles Sumner - Speeches, addresses, etc., American - 1900
...Thirlwall, in his studies of Greek polity, recognized this rule, when he wrote : — " But a finished democracy, that which fully satisfied the Greek notion,...without respect to rank or property, by every freeman." * In recognizing the right of "every freeman" to the full enjoyment of the elective franchise, our...
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