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" I know of no country, indeed, where the love of money has taken stronger hold on the affections of men, and where a profounder contempt is expressed for the theory of the permanent equality of property. "
Democracy in America - Página 47
por Alexis de Tocqueville - 1839
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A Comparative View of the Constitutions of Great Britain and the United ...

Peter Freeland Aiken - 1842 - 192 páginas
...knows no country where the love of money has a stronger hold on men's affections, and where greater contempt is expressed for the theory of the permanent equality of property. As a consequence of that craving insatiable desire for equality, which M. De Tocqueville calls a "...
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Democracy in America: In Relation to Political Institutions

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1850 - 460 páginas
...country, indeed, where the love of money has taken stronger hold on the affections of men, and where a profounder contempt is expressed for the theory...gives a very imperfect idea of what is taking place in tfie new states of the west and southwest. At the end of the last century a few bold adventurers began...
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Democracy in America, Volumen15

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1899
...country, indeed, where the love of money has taken stronger hold on the affections of men, and where the profounder contempt is expressed for the theory of...of it. This picture, which may perhaps be thought to be overcharged, still gives a very imperfect idea of what is taking place in the new States of the...
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American Institutions, Volumen1

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1870 - 559 páginas
...country, indeed, where the love of money has taken stronger hold on the affections of hien, and where a profounder contempt is expressed for the theory...of it. This picture, which may, perhaps, be thought to be overcharged, still gives a very imperfect idea of what is taking place in the new States of the...
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Polyarchy: Participation and Opposition

Robert A. Dahl - 2008 - 257 páginas
...marked at the present day . . . Even the germs of aristocracy were never planted in [New England] . . . But wealth circulates with inconceivable rapidity,...succeeding generations in the full enjoyment of it ... I do not believe that there is a country in the world where, in proportion to the population, there...
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Alexis de Tocqueville on Democracy, Revolution, and Society

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1982 - 391 páginas
...country, indeed, where the love of money has taken stronger hold on the affections of men, and where a profounder contempt is expressed for the theory...succeeding generations in the full enjoyment of it. ... It is not only the fortunes of men which are equal in America; even their acquirements partake...
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The Political Economy of the Sherman Act: The First One Hundred Years

E. Thomas Sullivan - 1991 - 344 páginas
...Tocqueville was also struck by the general equality of condition. .. . As de Tocqueville observed, "[w]ealth circulates with inconceivable rapidity,...succeeding generations in the full enjoyment of it." As Americans around the turn of the nineteenth century revised their thinking about the conditions...
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Social Mobility and Political Attitudes: Comparative Perspectives

Frederick C. Turner - 274 páginas
...besides America "where the love of money has taken stronger hold on the affections of men and where a profounder contempt is expressed for the theory of the permanent equality of property" (1945,51). Parallel conclusions similar to Tocqueville 's about the social conditions for political...
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The Development Dictionary: A Guide to Knowledge as Power

Wolfgang Sachs - 1992 - 306 páginas
...country, indeed, where the love of money has taken a stronger hold on the affections of men and where a profounder contempt is expressed for the theory of the permanent equality of property.8 On the contrary, the process of uprooting people from the soil, from the past, and from...
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Social Mobility in Industrial Society

Seymour Martin Lipset, Reinhard Bendix - 1991 - 309 páginas
...besides America, "where the love of money has taken stronger hold on the affections of men and where a profounder contempt is expressed for the theory of the permanent equality of property."4 More than two generations after Tocqueville, Vilfredo Pareto came to similar conclusions...
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