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" Where the sentiment of nationality exists in any force, there is a prima facie case for uniting all the members of the nationality under the same government, and a government to themselves apart. "
Considerations on Representative Government - Page 283
by John Stuart Mill - 1861 - 340 pages
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The New Monthly Belle Assemblée, Volumes 72-73

Fashion - 1870
...Nationality" in John Stuart Mill's " Representative Government," and finds that it is there laid down. When the sentiment of nationality exists in any force,...of government ought to be decided by the governed. The difference in the two articles touching the same subject in these contemporary periodicals is that...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 53

Great Britain - 1888
...country, he admits that " where the sentiment of nationality exists in any force, there is a prima facie case for uniting all the members of the nationality...government, and a government to themselves apart." No one need hesitate to accept these maxims of the great political thinker, in the terms and context...
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Considerations on Representative Government

John Stuart Mill - Representative government and representation - 1875 - 365 pages
...while that government extended or was extending itself over the greater part of the known world. V Where the sentiment of nationality exists in any force,...of government ought to be decided by the governed. Oae hardly knows what any division of the human race should be free to do if not to determine with...
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Indian Nationality

Robert Niven Gilchrist - Citizenship - 1920 - 246 pages
...doctrine of the rights of nationality. John Stuart Mill held that one could hardly know what any portion of the human race should be free to do, if not to determine with whom to associate themselves in political union. Rousseauism gave impetus to both democracy and nationality,...
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The Foundations of the Modern Commonwealth

Arthur Norman Holcombe - Political science - 1923 - 491 pages
...exists in any force, there is a prima facie case for uniting all the members of the nationality [nation] under the same government, and a government to themselves...of government ought to be decided by the governed." In fact, the determination of the Italians at the Versailles Peace Conference to secure strong strategic...
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The Collected Essays & Addresses of the Rt. Hon. Augustine Birrell ..., Volume 3

Augustine Birrell - English literature - 1923
...in his Considerations on Representative Government, may be found declaring that he would hardly know what any division of the human race should be free...do, if not to determine with which of the various bodies of human beings they would choose to associate themselves, adding, in a fit of unusual martial...
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Publication of the American Sociological Society, Volumes 4-6

American Sociological Association - Sociology - 1910
...nationalities." "When the sentiment of nationality exists in any force," he continues, "there is a prima facie case for uniting all the members of the nationality...government, and a government to themselves apart." 16 The ethnological map of central Europe shows that the realization of this principle would involve...
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Britain and the Origins of the New Europe 1914-1918

Kenneth J. Calder, Kenneth J.. Calder - Political Science - 1976 - 268 pages
...that: When the sentiment of nationality exists in any force, there is a prima facie case of uniting all members of the nationality under the same government,...question of government ought to be decided by the governed.13 Asquith had admired Garibaldi and had sympathized with the struggle for Italian unity.18...
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The Power of Legitimacy among Nations

Thomas M. Franck - Law - 1990 - 320 pages
...Stuart Mill, who wrote: "Where the sentiment of nationality exists in any force, there is a prima jade case for uniting all the members of the nationality...the same government, and a government to themselves apart."540 In practice, however, few, if any, genuine representatives of governments, even behind the...
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The Bloody Flag: Post-Communist Nationalism in Eastern Europe : Spotlight on ...

Juliana Geran Pilon - History - 1992 - 126 pages
...Nostrand Co., 1964), p. 3. 27. "Where the sentiment of nationality exists in any force, there is a prima facie case for uniting all the members of the nationality under the same government." John Stuart Mill, "Representative Government," in Great Books of the Western World, ed. Robert Maynard...
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