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" A popular government without popular information or the means of acquiring it is but a prologue to a farce or a tragedy, or, perhaps both. Knowledge will forever govern ignorance, and a people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with... "
Public Education in the United States: A Study and Interpretation of ... - Halaman 57
oleh Ellwood Patterson Cubberley - 1919 - 517 halaman
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The Baptist visitor

...of God ; that of the Gentiles, honour to the gods ; that of Christians, the love of God John Adams. A POPULAR government without popular information,...but a prologue to a farce or a tragedy, or perhaps to both. — James Madison. WHEN conscious of our own weakness, and tempted to think of our task as...
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A Text-book in the History of Education

Paul Monroe - 1905 - 772 halaman
...President, was, next to Jefferson, the most active of our earlier statesmen in educational work. " A popular government without popular information or...prologue to a farce or a tragedy, or perhaps both," he wrote. Consequently he held that " the best service that can be rendered to a country, next to giving...
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Bulletin, Masalah 7-12

United States. Office of Education - 1940
...of liberty could not be kept burning in the hearts of Americans." Madison said, nearly 60 years ago, "A popular government without popular information,...but a prologue to a farce or a tragedy, or perhaps to both." Already, in too many instances, elections have become the farce which Madison predicted;...
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A Brief Course in the History of Education

Paul Monroe - 1907 - 409 halaman
...next Madison's to Jefferson, the most active of our earlier statesmen in edu- views cational work. "A popular government without popular information,...prologue to a farce or a tragedy, or perhaps both," he wrote. Consequently he held that "the best service that can be rendered to a COUD try, next to giving...
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History of Common School Education: An Outline Sketch

Lewis Flint Anderson - 1909 - 308 halaman
...universal education to a people under a republican form of government Madison is no less emphatic. " A popular Government without popular information or...themselves with the power which knowledge gives." CHAPTER XXV THE NATURALISTIC MOVEMENT. ROUSSEAU . THE views of most eminent thinkers of this period...
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Statistics of Land-grant Colleges and Universities, Volume 2,Masalah 16-30

United States. Office of Education - 1913
...republics . . . — Letter to Thomas W. Gilmer. Writings, IX, p. 408. Ed. by Gmttard Hunt. New York, 1910. A popular government without popular information or...arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives. — Letter to WT Barry. Ibid., p. 104. While it is universally admitted that a well-instructed people...
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Bulletin, Masalah 16-30

United States. Office of Education - 1913
...republics . . .—Letter to Thomas W. Gilmer. Writings, IX, p. 408. Ed. by Gaillard Hunt. New York, 1910. A popular government without popular information or...must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives.—Letter to WT Barry. Ibid., p. 104. While it is universally admitted that a well-instructed...
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Thomas Jefferson, His Permanent Influence on American Institutions

John Sharp Williams - 1913 - 330 halaman
...done in the Legislature of Kentucky for popular education, he says: "A popular government, without information or the means of acquiring it, is but a...perhaps both. Knowledge will forever govern ignorance."} Even the early abolitionists and the doctrinaires and the theorists of "reconstruction," who frequently...
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Thomas Jefferson, His Permanent Influence on American Institutions

John Sharp Williams - 1913 - 330 halaman
...done in the Legislature of Kentucky for popular education, he says: "A popular government, without information or the means of acquiring it, is but a...to a farce or a tragedy; or perhaps both. Knowledge mil forever govern ignorance." Even the early abolitionists and the doctrinaires and the theorists...
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The Life Of Rutherford Birchard Hayes

Charles Richard Williams - 1914
...liberty could not be kept burning in the hearts of Americans." Madison said, almost sixty years ago: "A popular government, without popular information...prologue to a farce or a tragedy, or perhaps both." Already, in too many instances, elections have become the farce which Madison predicted; and the tremendous...
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