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" There is hardly any kind of intellectual work which so much needs to be done not only by experienced and exercised minds, but by minds trained to the task through long and laborious study, as the business of making laws. "
Considerations on Representative Government - Page 91
by John Stuart Mill - 1861 - 340 pages
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Norsk retstidende, Volume 63

Law - 1898
...business of legislation as for that of administration. There is hardly any kind of intellectual work wich so much needs to be done not only by experienced and...exercised minds, but by minds trained to the task throng long and laborious study, as the business of making laws; — — - — every provision of the...
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Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country, Volume 63

Great Britain - 1861
...chapter on 'The Proper Functions of Representative Bodies,' there is the following passage : — ' But it is equally true, though only of late and slowly...making laws. This is a sufficient reason, were there no others, why they can never be well made but by a committee of very few persons. A reason no less conclusive...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 63

1861
...legislation as for that of administration. There is hardly any kind of intellectual work which *•> much needs to be done not only by experienced and...laws. 'This is a sufficient reason, were there no others, why they can never be well made but by a committee of very few' persons. A reason no less conclusive...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine

1870
...sufficient, and experimental legislation, unless limited in area and in effect, is highly objectionable. "There is hardly any kind of intellectual work which...trained to the task through long and laborious study, BB the business of making lwa. ... A reason no less conclusive is, that every provision of a new...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine

Great Britain - 1870
...sufficient, and experimental legislation, unless limited in area and in effect, is highly objectionable. " There is hardly any kind of intellectual work which so much needs to i)e done, not only by experienced and exercised minds, but by minds trained to the task through long...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine

Great Britain - 1871
...which should have the effect of fulfilling the intention of the House. " There is," says JS Mill, " hardly any kind of intellectual work which so much...and laborious study, as the business of making laws. " A reason no less conclusive is, that every provision of a law requires to be framed with the most...
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A Collection of Acts Relating to the Transfer Of, Or Dealing With, Land ...

New South Wales - Conveyancing - 1877 - 286 pages
...statement by a master mind of the reasons for adopting some such expedient as that above suggested : — " There is hardly any kind of intellectual work which...only by experienced and exercised minds, but by minds tiainedto the task through long and laborious study, as the business nf making laws. This is a suilicient...
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A Collection of Acts Relating to the Transfer Of, Or Dealing With, Land ...

New South Wales - Conveyancing - 1877 - 286 pages
...statement by a master mind of the reasons for adopting some such expedient as that abeve suggested : — " There is hardly any kind of intellectual work which so much needs to be done not only by experieneed and exereised minds, but by minds trained to the task through long and laberious study,...
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The Elements of Politics

Henry Sidgwick - Contracts - 1891 - 632 pages
...are thoroughly acquainted with the laws that they are called upon to modify. As JS Mill justly says, "there is hardly any kind of intellectual work which...and laborious study, as the business of making laws : since every provision of a law requires to be framed with the most accurate and long-sighted perception...
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Constitutional Legislation in the United States: Its Origin, and Application ...

John Ordronaux - Constitutional law - 1891 - 696 pages
...mental philosophy takes rank alongside of Sir William Hamilton, says of the making of laws that, " There is hardly any kind of intellectual work which...long and laborious study, as the business of making laws.1 The reason is obvious. Every new law is a displacer of existing conditions in administration....
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