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" The predominant teachings of this age are that there are no limits to man's capacity to govern others and that, therefore, no limitations ought to be imposed upon government. The older faith, born of long ages of suffering under man's dominion over man,... "
What Everyone Should Know about Economics and Prosperity - Page 115
by James D. Gwartney, Richard L. Stroup, Richard Stroup, Fraser Institute (Vancouver, B.C.) - 1993 - 125 pages
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Ronald Reagan and the Politics of Freedom

Andrew Busch - History - 2001 - 307 pages
...a newer one. The older faith, "born of long ages of suffering under man's dominion over man," held that "the exercise of unlimited power by men with...is soon oppressive, reactionary, and corrupt"; the newer operated on the presumption that "there are no limits to man's capacity to govern others and...
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The good society

Walter Lippmann - Collectivism - 1965 - 402 pages
...it has forsaken is to be found in what it thinks some men can do to manage the destiny of other men. The predominant teachings of this age are that there...of power to the capacity and the virtue of rulers. For the time being this tested wisdom is submerged under a world-wide movement which has at every vital...
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