Peoples once accustomed to masters are not in a condition to do without them

Peoples once accustomed to masters are not in a condition to do without them

Peoples once accustomed to masters are not in a condition to do without them

For, be the constitution of a government what it may, if there be within its jurisdiction a single man who is not subject to the law, all the rest are necessarily at his discretion

I should have wished to be born in a country in which the interest of the Sovereign and that of the people must be single and identical; to the end that all the movements of the machine might tend always to the general happiness. And as this could not be the case, unless the Sovereign and the people were one and the same person, it follows that I should have wished to be born under a democratic government, wisely tempered. Leer más SobrePeoples once accustomed to masters are not in a condition to do without them