The Declaration of Sentiments, offered for the acceptance of the Convention, was then read by E. A proposition was made to have it re-read by paragraph, and after much consideration, some changes were suggested and adopted.
One will risk being roundly condemned if he, or she, points out the serious bottleneck that is presented when a community attempts, through the democratic process, to set plans for positive social action. A man is not permitted to hesitate about its merits, without the suspicion of being a friend to tyranny, that is, of being a foe to mankind?
What is likely required for the masses of people, as we see in "modern" world societies, is an established system of government.
Where there is a need for an established system of government, it will likely naturally come about; and do so, whether, or not, it has the consent of the people, -- real or imagined.
Putting aside, for the moment, the arguments of Hobbes and LockeI believe, on the basis of plain historical fact, that governments come about naturally and maintain themselves naturally without the general will of the people; indeed, I believe, with many others I suspect, that our long established democratic governments in the world the United States and Canada being among them did not come about by the general will of the people, at all; nor is it necessary that it should it be maintained by the will of the people.
It may not be. What is necessary for optimum prosperity is a state of acquiescence, which, as it happens, is the hallmark of western democracies. It may be, that the only thing needed is but the trappings of democracy.In English II, you will encounter new vocabulary, refine the grammar and mechanics of your writing, and engage in thought-provoking projects.
Throughout the course, you will discover how the human experience is the foundation of the best stories, plays, poems, films, and articles.
Sir Henry Parkes (), politician and journalist, was born on 27 May in Warwickshire, England, youngest of the seven children of Thomas Parks, tenant farmer on Stoneleigh Abbey Estate, and his wife Martha, née Faulconbridge. I N T R O D U C T I O N T ns s ubject of these few pages is of itself of the highest importance To no people on earth c an it be destitu te of interest; and to ourselves at this time it may well take precedence of all others The stiff phrase elective franchise means the right of choic e and a moment’s reﬂection will show us that those who choose the rulers are the virtual governors; and.
the fourth son of the Rev. Edward Weigall by his wife, Cecelia Bythesea Brome, was born at Nantes, France, on 16 February His father, known as "the little fighting parson", ruled his home with kindliness and humour, and there was comparatively little of stern discipline and the conventions usually associated with Victorian home life.
The Great Question for the People!: Essays on the Elective Franchise; Or, Who Has the Right to Vote? Item Preview. What Is a Franchise? Franchising is a form of business in which the owner, or franchiser, gives license to distribute products, services or methods of business to affiliated dealers, franchisees.