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" I will say that in my judgm'. they are good, so far as they go; but they do not go far enough if intended as a basis of a political organization separate from existing parties. "
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society - Page 152
by Royal Astronomical Society - 1833
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Publications of the American Statistical Association, Volume 10

American Statistical Association - 1908 - 612 pages
...mortality by occupations compiled in the Eleventh and Twelfth Censuses of the United States are good so far as they go, but they do not go far enough to serve the most useful and practical purposes. The terms are too general, and the groupings are either...
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Quarterly Publications of the American Statistical Association, Volume 14

American Statistical Association - 1916 - 864 pages
...collected and published by the National government through the Bureau of the Census are excellent, so far as they go, but they do not go far enough. The scope of this work should be extended to include social statistics of cities. Previous reports...
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Speeches and Papers on Indian Questions, 1891 and 1902

Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1902 - 218 pages
...revenuecollection • (j) redaction of assessments in .case of local deterioration. These remedies are excellent, so far as they go, but they do not go far enough. They will obviate temporary hardship, but will not promote the prosperity of an agricultural nation....
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Speeches and Papers on Indian Questions, 1901 and 1902

Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1902 - 226 pages
...collection; (3) reduction of- assessments in .case of local deterioration. These remedies are excellent, so far- as they go, but they do not go far enough. They will obviate temporary hardship, but will not promote the prosperity of an agricultural nation....
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Annual Report of the American Historical Association

American Historical Association - 1903 - 540 pages
...correspondence of wh. it was apart. In relation to your resolutions I will say that in my judgm'. they are good, so far as they go; but they do not go far enough if intended as a basis of a political organization separate from existing parties. If intended merely...
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Abstract of Minutes, Compiled by the Secretary of the Association, 1889-1895

Association of Life Insurance Medical Directors of America - 1906 - 516 pages
...theoretical knowledge of this subject. The instructions issued by various companies are very good, so far as they go, but they do not go far enough to be of material service to the examiner in denning his relation to the home office, agent and applicant,...
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Public Health Papers and Reports, Volume 33, Part 2

American Public Health Association - 1908 - 274 pages
...mortality by occupations compiled in the Eleventh and Twelfth Censuses of the United States are good so far as they go, but they do not go far enough to serve the most useful and practical purposes. The terms are too general, and the groupings are either...
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Racial Contrasts: Distinguishing Traits of the Graeco-Latins and Teutons

Albert Gehring - 1908 - 280 pages
...southern nations manifest a tendency toward world liness and sensuality. These distinctions are good so far as they go; but they do not go far enough. Many are confined to a single field, and none endeavours to include the whole mental and artistic domain...
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Racial Contrasts: Distinguishing Traits of the Graeco-Latins and Teutons

Albert Gehring - 1908 - 256 pages
...southern nations manifest a tendency toward worldliness and sensuality. These distinctions are good so far as they go; but they do not go far enough. Many are confined to a single field, and none endeavours to include the whole mental and artistic domain...
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Racial Contrasts: Distinguishing Traits of the Graeco-Latins and Teutons

Albert Gehring - 1908 - 266 pages
...southern nations manifest a tendency toward worldliness and sensuality. These distinctions are good so far as they go; but they do not go far enough. Many are confined to a single field, and none endeavours to include the whole mental and artistic domain...
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