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" Men will always fight for their government according to their sense of its value. To value it aright they must understand it. This they cannot do without education. And, as a large portion of the citizens are poor, and can never attain that inestimable... "
The Life of Gen. Francis Marion: A Celebrated Partisan Officer in the ... - Halaman 246
oleh Mason Locke Weems, Peter Horry - 1852 - 252 halaman
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of ..., Volume 1

United States. Bureau of Education - 1897
...approach, received them in storms of thunder and lighining that shivered their ranks and heaped the fields with their weltering carcasses. "In short, my dear...value it aright, they must understand it. This they can not do without education. And as a large portion of our citizens are poor, and can never attain...
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Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education, for ..., Volume 8,Bagian 1

1888
...divine as it is, if it be not known and prized as it deserves! This is best done by free schools. " Men will always fight for their government according...never attain that inestimable blessing without the aid ot government, it is plainly the duty of government to bestow it freely upon them. The more perfect...
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Thomas Jefferson and the University of Virginia, Masalah 1-3

Herbert Baxter Adams - 1888 - 308 halaman
...divine as it is, if it be not known and prized as it deserves ? This is best done by free schools. " Men will always fight for their government according...it. This they cannot do without education. And, as a largo portion of the citizens are poor, and can never attain that inestimable blessing without the...
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Circular of Information

United States. Bureau of Education - 1888
...bo not known and prized as it deserves ? This is best done by free schools. " Men will always tight for their government according to their sense of its...value it aright they must understand it. This they uannot do without education. And, as a large portion of the citizens are poor, and can never attain...
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History of Higher Education in South Carolina: With a Sketch of the Free ...

Colyer Meriwether, Edward McCrady - 1889 - 247 halaman
...divine as it is, if it be not known and prized as it deserves ? This is best done by free schools. "Men will always fight for their government according...blessing without the aid of government, it is plainly the duty of government to bestow it freely upon them. The more perfect the government, the greater the...
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The History and Science of Education ...

William J. Shoup - 1891 - 303 halaman
...divine as it is, if it be not known and prized as it deserves ? This is best done by free schools. Men will always fight for their government according...value it aright they must understand it. This they can not do without education. And, as a large portion of the citizens are poor, and can never attain...
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Columbian Selections: American Patriotism. For Home and School

1892 - 408 halaman
...divine as it is, if it be not known and prized as it deserves ? This is best done by free schools. Men will always fight for their government according...duty of government to bestow it freely upon them. The more perfect the government, the greater the duty to make it well known. Selfish and oppressive...
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The School Journal

1895
...be based upon mere sentiment, but it must be founded in knowledge. It has been said that " Men will fight for their government according to their sense...value. To value it aright they must understand it." Methods and plans of work in teaching the principles of government may well enlist the efforts of the...
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Pennsylvania School Journal, Volume 45

1896
...thunder and lightning that shivered their ranks, and heaped the fields with their weltering carcases. "In short, my dear sir, men will always fight for...cannot do without education. And as a large portion of our citizens are poor, and can never attain that inestimable blessing without the aid of government,...
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Pamphlets in Philology and the Humanities, Volume 2

1897
...their part of the nature, origin and growth of American institutions is of the utmost importance. " Men will always fight for their government according...value it aright, they must understand it. This they can not do, without education." Students of American history should seek the germs of our free institutions...
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