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  • I refer to Edmund Burke and the French Revolution.

    ON THE EVE OF THE MILLENNIUM

  • To paraphrase Edmund Burke, whenever a separation between justice and liberty is made neither is safe.

    Government to scrap habeas corpus?

  • In fact many Liberal philosophers at the time such as Edmund Burke, a Whig who was against the absolute monarchy, Or Thomas Paine and Thomas Jefferson, participants in the American Revolution, condemn the French revolution as anti-democratic, anti-liberal and dangerous.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • '' 'Edmund Burke' '' (born January 12, 1729 in [[Dublin]], died July 9, 1797) was an

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Conservatism, especially as exemplified by thinkers such as Edmund Burke and John Adams, is deeply anti-egalitarian.

    Southern Appeal

  • I'll bet that Irish philosopher Edmund Burke, who said that "good order is the foundation of all good things," had a pretty pared-down wardrobe too.

    Creating Your Own Clearance Rack

  • Ms. Glendon's two "superstars," the two figures who best managed to fuse intellect with activity, are the ancient Roman leader Marcus Tullius Cicero and the 18th-century British statesman Edmund Burke.

    Power and The Professors

  • You don't have to become a follower of Edmund Burke to acknowledge that organisational life is generally denser and "thicker" than market theorists or management consultants tend to think.

    Will policy makers never learn from past mistakes?

  • While I was struggling in my pioneering work, a respected colleague sent me the following quotation from the eighteenth-century British statesman and author Edmund Burke.

    Manifesting Michelangelo

  • Edmund Burke said it well: "Men of intemperate minds cannot be free; their passions forge their fetters."

    Ken Blackwell: Arab Spring/Islamist Fall

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