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" The purification of politics is an iridescent dream. Government is force. Politics is a battle for supremacy. Parties are the armies. The Decalogue and the Golden Rule have no place in a political campaign. "
Female Filosofy, Fished Out and Fried - Page 176
by L. E. Keith - 1894 - 293 pages
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The Tuftonian, Volume 28

1902 - 334 pages
...grievous change that has been wrought in our political circles. "Government," he said, "is force. Politics is a battle for supremacy. Parties are the armies....place in a political campaign. The object is success." But this is not the commonwealth the Puritans established and their descendants maintained for so many...
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Bay State Monthly, Volume 4

1891 - 834 pages
...these last years has been its president. Said this senator a year ago : " Government is force. Politics is a battle for supremacy. Parties are the armies. The Decalogue and Golden Rule have no place in a political campaign. The object is success. To defeat the antagonist...
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Proceedings at the annual meeting of the national civil service ..., Issues 9-18

1889 - 1104 pages
...public affairs, is a truer patriot and a nobler American than the Senator from Kansas declaring that the decalogue and the golden rule have no place in a political campaign. Our plea for civil service reform rests upon the actual situation. Other public questions than that...
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The Review of Reviews, Volume 12

Albert Shaw - 1895 - 790 pages
...politician recently phrased it, they believe that ' the purification of politics is an iridescent dream; the decalogue and the golden rule have no place in a political campaign. ' The cynicism, no less silly than vicious, with which such men regard political life is repaid by the contemptuous...
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Our Day: A Record and Review of Current Reform, Volume 7

1891 - 506 pages
...of Kansas says, "The purification of politics is an iridescent dream. Government is force. Politics is a battle for supremacy. Parties are the armies....place in a political campaign. The object is success. In war it is lawful to hire Hessians, to purchase mercenaries, to mutilate, to kill, to destroy. The...
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Theodore Roosevelt - 1891 - 268 pages
...politician recently phrased -it, they believe that " the purification of politics is an iridescent dream ; the decalogue and the golden rule have no place in a political campaign." The cynicism, no less silly than vicious, with which such men regard political life is repaid by the contemptuous...
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The Campaign Text Book of the Democratic Party for the Presidential Election ...

Democratic National Committee (U.S.) - 1892 - 330 pages
...Senate, when he said : The purification of politics is an iridescent dream. Government la force. Politics is a battle for supremacy. Parties are the armies. The decalogue and the golden rule have noplace In a political campaign. The object is success. To defeat the antagonist and expel th« party...
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Mexico in Transition from the Power of Political Romanism to Civil and ...

William Butler - 1892 - 390 pages
...amazing language: The purification of politics is an iridescent dream. Government is force. Politics is a battle for supremacy. Parties are the armies. The decalogue and the goldeu rule have no place in a political campaign. The object is success. To defeat the antagonist...
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Educational Value of the Children's Playgrounds: A Novel Plan of Character ...

Stoyan Vasil Tsanoff - 1897 - 220 pages
...on all sides loud lamentations over avaricious political corruption. " Government is force; politics is a battle for supremacy: parties are the armies;...the Decalogue and the Golden Rule have no place in politics." There the object is success. To defeat and expel the party in power is the desired end,...
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City Hall Dedication and Hallowell Reunion: With Oration, Poem, Letters, and ...

Hallowell (Me.) - 1899 - 74 pages
...however, believe it. ''The purification of politics is an iridescent dream. Government is force. Politics is a battle for supremacy. Parties are the armies....The object is success. To defeat the antagonist and to expel the party in power is the purpose. In war it is lawful to deceive the adversary, to hire Hessians,...
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