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" The transition we are witnessing is no equable transition of growth and normal alteration, no silent unconscious unfolding of one age into another, its natural heir and successor. Society is looking itself over, in our day, from top to bottom, is making... "
Doing Us Good and Plenty - Side 113
av Charles Edward Russell - 1914 - 172 sider
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The "Lusitania" Case: Was Bryan's Resignation Justified?

Albert Edward Henschel - 1915 - 71 sider
...been so widespread, so deliberate, or upon so great a scale as this which we are taking part in. . . Society is looking itself over, in our day, from top...questioning its oldest practices as freely as its newest .... and stands ready to attempt nothing less than a radical reconstruction." And then Mr.. Wilson...
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The Passing of the New Freedom

James Montgomery Beck - 1920 - 155 sider
...reconstruction. The old order changeth with the noise and heat and tumult of reconstruction. Society stands ready to attempt nothing less than a radical...reconstruction, which only frank and honest counsels can hold back from becoming a revolution. We are in a temper to reconstruct economic society, as we...
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The Public Papers of Woodrow Wilson: College and state; educational literary ...

Woodrow Wilson - 1925
...alteration, no silent, unconscious unfolding of one age into another, its natural heir and successor. Society is looking itself over, in our day, from top...scrutinizing every arrangement and motive of its life, and stands ready to attempt nothing less than a radical reconstruction, which only frank and honest counsels...
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Proceedings

1963 - 254 sider
...alteration, no silent, unconscious, unfolding of one age into another, its natural heir and successor. Society is looking itself over in our day from top...scrutinizing every arrangement and motive of its life and stands ready to attempt nothing less than a radical reconstruction. This quotation is so pertinent...
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Conference on Space, Science, and Urban Life: Proceedings of a Conference ...

United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration - 1963 - 254 sider
...and to us — here on earth. The following quote was taken from the George Washington Law Review : analysis of its very elements, is questioning its...scrutinizing every arrangement and motive of its life and stands ready to attempt nothing less than a radical reconstruction. This quotation is so pertinent...
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Reflections on Space: Its Implications for Domestic and International Affairs

United States Air Force Academy - 1964 - 345 sider
...alteration, no silent, unconscious, unfolding of one age into another, its natural heir and successor. Society is looking itself over in our day from top...scrutinizing every arrangement and motive of its life and stands ready to attempt nothing less than a radical reconstruction. This quotation is so pertinent...
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Report of Proceedings, Volum 25

Washington State Bar Association - 1913
...alteration, no silent unconscious unfolding of one age into another, its natural heir and successor. Society is looking itself over, in our day, from top...scrutinizing every arrangement and motive of its life, and stands ready to attempt nothing less than a radical reconstruction, which only frank and honest counsels...
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The Transformation of American Law, 1870-1960: The Crisis of Legal Orthodoxy

Morton J. Horwitz - 1992 - 384 sider
...critical analysis" that would lead to "nothing less than a radical reconstruction" of American society. "Society is looking itself over in our day from top to bottom," Hohfeld quoted Wilson as saying. Then he asked: "Have our university law schools been giving full recognition...
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These Days of Large Things: The Culture of Size in America, 1865-1930

Michael Tavel Clarke - 2007 - 326 sider
...conscience, who did not care for the Nation, could put this whole country into a flame? . . . Society . . . stands ready to attempt nothing less than a radical...generous cooperation can hold back from becoming a revolution."90 Emphasizing this latter fear, the historian Martin Sklar has argued that Wilson's appeals...
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