The “All Things Pondered” broadcast.
Napolean was not President of a Republic; Cromwell tried hard to rule in that way, but found that he could not. These, ”the armed soldiers of democracy,“ had to chain democracy under their feet, and become despots over it, before they could work out the earnest obscure purposes of democracy itself! — Thomas Carlyle Chartism (1840)
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