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" Government is nothing more than a national association; and the object of this association is the good of all, as well individually as collectively. Every man wishes to pursue his occupation, and to enjoy the fruits of his labours, and the produce of... "
Property and Contract in Their Relations to the Distribution of Wealth - Page 227
by Richard Theodore Ely - 1914 - 995 pages
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The Rights of Man for the Use and Benefit of All Mankind, Part 2

Thomas Paine - 1795 - 180 pages
...thofe ends? Government is nothing more than a national affociation; and the object. of this affociation is, the good of all, as well individually, as collectively. Every man wifhes to purfue his occupation, and to enjoy the fruits of his labours, and the produce of his property,...
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The Rights of Man for the Use and Benefit of All Mankind, Part 2

Thomas Paine - 1795 - 170 pages
...thofe ends? Government is nothing more than a national aflbciation; and the objeft of this affociation isĀ» the good of all, as well individually, as collectively. Every man wifh.es to purfue his occupation, and to enjoy the fruits of his labours, and the produce of his property,...
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The Political Writings of Thomas Paine: To which is Prefixed a ..., Volume 2

Thomas Paine - 1835 - 522 pages
...necessary : secondly, what are the beat means, and the least expensive, for accomplishing those ends. Government is nothing more than a national association;...pursue his occupation, and to enjoy the fruits of his labors, and the produce of his property, in peace and safety, and with the least possible expense....
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Rights of Man: Being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on the French Revolution

Thomas Paine - 1856 - 168 pages
...necessary ? Secondly, what are the best means, and the least expensive, for accomplishing those ends ? Government is nothing more than a national association...labours, and the produce of his property, in peace and Mfety, and with the least possible expense. When these things are accomplished, all the objects for...
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The New Republic: Founded on the Natural and Inalienable Rights of Man, and ...

E. J. Schellhous - 1883 - 362 pages
...Government is nothing more than a national nssociation, and the object of this association is protection, as well individually as collectively. Every man wishes...pursue his occupation and to enjoy the fruits of his labors and the produce of his property in peace and safety, and with the least possible expense. When...
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The New Republic: Founded on the Natural and Inalienable Rights of Man, and ...

E. J. Schellhous - 1883 - 362 pages
...their representatives for exercise, must remain under the people's control and subject to their will. " Government is nothing more than a national association, and the object of this association is protection, as well individually as collectively. Every man wishes to pursue his occupation and to...
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Rights of Man: Being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on the French ...

Thomas Paine - 1892 - 300 pages
...minister. secondly, what are the best means, and the least expensive, for accomplishing those ends. Government is nothing more than a national association...pursue his occupation, and to enjoy the fruits" of his labors, and the produce of his property, in peace and safety, and with the least possible expense....
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Philosophy and Political Economy in Some of Their Historical Relations

James Bonar - 1893 - 440 pages
...Government," says Paine, " is nothing more than a national association for the good of all, individually and collectively. Every man wishes to pursue his occupation...the least possible expense. When these things are accomplislied, all the objects for which governments ought to be established are answered"* Bentham,...
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Philosophy and Political Economy in Some of Their Historical Relations

James Bonar - 1893 - 440 pages
..."Government," says Paine, "is nothing more than a national association for the good of all, individually and collectively. Every man wishes to pursue his occupation...the least possible expense. When these things are accomplish d, all the objects for which governments ought to be established are answered."* Bentham,...
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The Graduate Bulletin of the University of Nebraska ..., Volume 1

University of Nebraska (Lincoln campus) - 1900 - 244 pages
...means by the latter part of this definition is partially explained in another and later statement: Government is nothing more than a national association;...the object of this association is the good of all, individually as collectively. Every man wishes to pursue his occupation, and to enjoy the fruits of...
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