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" You know that one of the interesting things that Mr. Jefferson said in those early days of simplicity which marked the beginnings of our government was that the best government consisted in as little governing as possible. And there is still a sense in... "
The World's Work - Page 305
by Walter Hines Page, Arthur Wilson Page - 1913
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The New Freedom: A Call for the Emancipation of the Generous Energies of a ...

Woodrow Wilson - United States - 1913 - 292 pages
...What do you mean? You mean that its parts are so assembled and adjusted that friction is reduced to a and that it has perfect adjustment. We say of a boat...to-day is something more than being let alone. The program of a government of freedom must in these days be positive, not negative merely. Well, then,...
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New MediŠval and Modern History

Samuel Bannister Harding, Albert Bushnell Hart - History, Modern - 1913 - 783 pages
...contend ; and that, therefore, law in our day must come to the assistance of the individual. It has come to his assistance to see that he gets fair play...to-day is something more than being let alone. The program of a government of freedom must in these days be positive, not negative merely." — Woodrow...
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New MediŠval and Modern History

Samuel Bannister Harding, Albert Bushnell Hart - History, Modern - 1913 - 783 pages
...contend ; and that, therefore, law in our day must come to the assistance of the individual. It has come to his assistance to see that he gets fair play;...Freedom to-day is something more than being let alone. Thr program of a government of freedom must in these days be positive, not negative merely." — Woodrow...
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New Mediaeval and Modern History

Samuel Bannister Harding, Albert Bushnell Hart - Middle Ages - 1913 - 783 pages
...that is much. Without the watchful interference, the resolute interference of the government, there am be no fair play between individuals and such powerful...to-day is something more than being let alone. The program of a government of freedom must in these days be positive, not negative merely." — Woodrow...
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National Ideals and Problems: Essays for College English

Maurice Garland Fulton - Democracy - 1918 - 415 pages
...machinery, and suppose that I should so awkwardly and unskilfully assemble the parts of it that every tune one part tried to move it would be interfered with...today is something more than being let alone. The program of a government of freedom must in these days be positive, not negative merely. Well, then,...
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New Medieval and Modern History

Samuel Bannister Harding, Albert Bushnell Hart - History, Modern - 1918 - 814 pages
...contend ; and that, therefore, law in our day must come to the assistance of the individual. It has come to his assistance to see that he gets fair play...to-day is something more than being let alone. The program of a government of freedom must in these days be positive, not negative merely." — Woodrow...
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The Corporate Reconstruction of American Capitalism, 1890-1916: The Market ...

Martin J. Sklar - Business & Economics - 1988 - 484 pages
...leave him helpless"; "therefore, law in our day must come to the assistance of the individual," for without "the watchful interference, the resolute interference,...government, there can be no fair play between individuals." Hence, Wilson the presidential candidate declared, "The Democratic party does not stand for the limitation...
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State Government and Economic Performance

Paul Brace - Business & Economics - 1994 - 176 pages
...Roosevelt, Message to Congress, December 8, 1908. 29. Wilson noted that "Without the watchful . . . interference of the government, there can be no fair...individuals and such powerful institutions as the trusts." Woodrow Wilson, The New Freedom (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1961), 164. 30. Webber and Wildavsky,...
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Verwaltungsrecht unter dem Common Law: amerikanische Entwicklungen bis zum ...

Oliver Lepsius - Law - 1997 - 352 pages
...101 Freund,The Police Power, žž 445,458-503. 102 W. Wilson, The New Freedom, London 1916, 220f.: „Freedom today is something more than being let...freedom must in these days be positive, not negative merely"(221). der Praktiker kompatibel zu machen, ist die von ihm gegebene Rechtfertigung von bauplanungsrechtlichen...
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Let's Review: U.S. History and Government

John McGeehan, Morris Gall - History - 2001 - 755 pages
...government when he declared, "Freedom today is something more than being let alone. Without the watchful, resolute interference of the government, there can...individuals and such powerful institutions as the trusts." Election of 1912 The Republican party found itself split between the conservative followers of incumbent...
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