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" Foreign politics demand scarcely any of those qualities which are peculiar to a democracy; they require, on the contrary, the perfect use of almost all those in which it is deficient. "
George Kennan and the Dilemmas of US Foreign Policy - Página 5
de David Mayers - 1990 - 416 páginas
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Democracy in America, Volumen 1

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1839 - 455 páginas
...nations. Foreign politics demand scarcely any of those qualities which a democracy possesses ; and they require, on the contrary, the perfect use of almost all those faculties in which it is deficient. Democracy is favorable to the increase of the internal resources...
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Democracy in America: In Relation to Political Institutions

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1850 - 460 páginas
...nations. Foreign politics demand scarcely any of those qualities which a democracy possesses ; and they require, on the contrary, the perfect use of almost all those faculties in which it is deficient. Democracy is favorable to the increase of the internal resources...
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New South Wales Constitution Bill: The Speeches, in the Legtislative Council ...

New South Wales. Parliament. Legislative Council - 1853 - 232 páginas
...nations. Foreign politics demand scarcely any of those qualities which a democracy possesses ; and they require, on the contrary, the perfect use of almost all those faculties in which it is deficient. Democracy is favourable to the increase of the internal resources...
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American Institutions and Their Influence

Alexis de Tocqueville, John Canfield Spencer - 1854 - 460 páginas
...nations. Foreign politics demand scarcely any of those qualities which a democracy possesses ; and they require, on the contrary, the perfect use of almost all those faculties in which it is deficient. Democracy is favorable to the increase of the internal resources...
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The republic of the United States of America: and its political institutions ...

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1855
...nations. • Foreign politics demand scarcely any of those qualities which a democracy possesses ; and they require, on the contrary, the perfect use of almost all those faculties in which it is deficient. Demo cracy is favourable to the increase of the internal resources...
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Democracy in America, Volumen 15

Alexis de Tocqueville, Henry Reeve - 1899
...nations. Foreign politics demand scarcely any of those qualities which a democracy possesses ; and they require, on the contrary, the perfect use of almost all those faculties in which it is deficient. Democracy is favorable to the increase of the internal resources...
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Democracy In America -- Vol. 1

Alexis De Tocqueville - 1863
...inherent in a democratic government. But it is not always so in the relations with foreign nations. Foreign politics demand scarcely any of those qualities...use of almost all those in which it is deficient. Democracy is favorable to the increase of the internal resources of a state ; it diffuses wealth and...
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American Institutions, Volumen 1

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1870 - 559 páginas
...inherent in a democratic government. But it is not always so in the relations with foreign nations. Foreign politics demand scarcely any of those qualities...use of almost all those in which it is deficient. Democracy is favorable to the increase of the internal resources of a state ; it diffuses wealth and...
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A Colonist on the Colonial Question

Jehu Mathews - 1872 - 224 páginas
...principles. Foreign politics demand scarcely any of those qualities which a democracy possesses ; and they require, on the contrary, the perfect use of almost all those qualities in which it is deficient. . . . A democracy is unable to regulate the details of an important...
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Proceedings of the American Society of International Law at Its ..., Volumen 11

American Society of International Law, American Society of International Law. Meeting - 1917
...affairs. He said: Foreign politics demand scarcely any of those qualities which a democracy possesses, and they require on the contrary the perfect use of almost all those faculties in which it is deficient. Democracy is favorable to the increase of the internal resources...
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