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" The decrees of the demos correspond to the edicts of the tyrant ; and the demagogue is to the one what the flatterer is to the other. Both have great power — the flatterer with the tyrant, the demagogue with democracies of the kind which we are describing.... "
Blackwood's Magazine - 284 psl.
1924
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The Politics of Aristotle, 1 tomas

Aristotle - 1885 - 460 psl.
...the flatterer with the tyrant, the demagogue with democracies 29 of the kind which we are describing. The demagogues make the decrees of the people override...their hands, and they hold in their hands the votes of 30 thejIfiQfileyAKJjp are tog ready to listen to thejn. Further, those who have any complaint to bring...
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The Politics of Aristotle, 1 tomas

Aristotle - 1885 - 588 psl.
...tyrant, the demagogue with democracies a9 of the kind which we are describing. The demagogues set as1de make the decrees of the people override the laws,...their hands, and they hold in their hands the votes of 30 the people, who are too ready to listen to them. Further, those who have any complaint to bring...
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The Politics of Aristotle: Introduction and translation

Aristotle - 1885 - 476 psl.
...tyrant, the demagogue with democracies 39 of the kind which we are describing. The demagogues set aside make the decrees of the people override the laws,...their hands, and they hold in their hands the votes of 30 the people, who are too ready to listen to them. Further, those who have any complaint to bring...
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Forum, 46 tomas

Lorettus Sutton Metcalf, Walter Hines Page, Joseph Mayer Rice, Frederic Taber Cooper, Arthur Hooley, Henry Goddard Leach, George Henry Payne, D. G. Redmond - 1911 - 786 psl.
...the flatterer with the tyrant, the demagogue with democracies of the kind which we are describing. The demagogues make the decrees of the people override...of the people, who are too ready to listen to them. Further, those who have any complaint to bring against the magistrates say, ' let the people be judges...
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Reflections on the Revolution in France

Edmund Burke - 1890 - 568 psl.
...for decrees. See the passage from Aristotle quoted at the bottom of p. 139. Aristotle says that ' ' demagogues make the decrees of the people override...laws, and refer all things to the popular assembly ... Further, those who have any complaint to bring against the magistrates say, 'let the people be...
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Dialogues of Plato

Benjamin Jowett - 1899 - 480 psl.
...power;—the flatterer with the tyrant, the demagogue with democracies of the kind which we are describing. The demagogues make the decrees of the people override...of the people, who are too ready to listen to them. Further, those who have any complaint to bring against the magistrates say, " let the people be judges...
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Dialogues of Plato– Containing The Apology of Socrates, Crito, Phaedo, and ...

Plato - 1899 - 514 psl.
...the flatterer with the tyrant, the demagogue with democracies of the kind which we are describing. The demagogues make the decrees of the people override...great, because the people have all things in their bands, and they hold in their hands the votes of the people, who are too ready to listen to them. Further,...
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The Cult of Incompetence

Emile Faguet - 1911 - 252 psl.
...the flatterer with the tyrant, the demagogue with democracies of the kind which we are describing. The demagogues make the decrees of the people override...And therefore they grow great, because the people has all things in its hands and they hold in their hands the votes of the people, who is too ready...
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The Cult of Incompetence

Émile Faguet - 1911 - 254 psl.
...things to the popular assembly. And therefore they grow great, because the people has all things in its hands and they hold in their hands the votes of the people, who is too ready to listen to them. Such a democracy is fairly open to the objection that it is not a constitution...
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Betts-Roosevelt Letters– A Spirited and Illuminating Discussion on a Pure ...

Charles Henry Betts, Theodore Roosevelt - 1912 - 110 psl.
...flatterer with the tyrant, the demagogue with the democracies of the kind which we are describing. The demagogues make the decrees of the people override...And therefore they grow great, because the people has all things in its hands and they hold in their hands the votes of the people, who is too ready...
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