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THE THREE CHARACTERISTICS
ENGLAND IS AN ARISTOCRATIC STATE
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active advantages alien Anglican appeared appreciated Aristocratic Spirit attitude body called Calvinist Carthage Catholic Church Catholic culture Catholicism characteristic citizens class government comic commercial character Commercial Spirit communion connected contemporary England culture of Europe despotic doctrine Dreyfus duction effect egalitarian emphasise English Catholics English letters Englishman Europe everywhere factor feeling foreign French gentleman gentry governing class highly House of Lords human instinctive Irish Jewish Jews Justice Knight Bachelor land less lish Lord mark mean mercial minority modern England modern English Monarchy nation natural notably number of scholars oligarchy Order organised Parliament particular patriotism peasant permanent Poland political productive Protestant culture Protestant societies Protestantism Public Schools reaction religion religious revolution ritual Roman Roman Catholic Church savour Scandinavia sense social superior sympathy thing tion tive towns tradition ture unity universal Venice visual imagination wealth whole worship XlXth century XVIIth century