ٻ Maps YouTube Gmail ÿ ԷԹ »
ŧк
˹ѧ ˹ѧ 1 - 8 ҡ 8 ǡѺ ... all the above cases are provided for, there will still be a number of families...
" ... all the above cases are provided for, there will still be a number of families who, though not properly of the class of poor, yet find it difficult to give education to their children; and such children, under such a case, would be in a worse condition... "
The Oxfam Education Report - ˹ 64
Kevin Watkins - 2000 - 403 ˹
ͧ - ǡѺ˹ѧ

Rights of Man: Being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on the French Revolution

Thomas Paine - 1856 - 160 ˹
...children, under such a case, would be in a worse condition than if their parents were actually poor. A nation, under a well-regulated government, should...none to remain uninstructed. It is monarchical and aristocratical government only that requires ignorance for its support. Suppose then four hundred thousand...

Rights of Man

Thomas Paine - 1906 - 153 ˹
...children, under such a case, would be in a worse condition than if their parents were actually poor. A nation under a well-regulated government should...none to remain uninstructed. It is monarchical and 1 Reckoning the taxes by families, five to a family, each family pays on an average £12 17s. 6d. per...

The Cambridge History of English Literature: The nineteenth century. III

Sir Adolphus William Ward, Alfred Rayney Waller - 1916
...set up a trade in a corporate town or village, Thomas Paine (The Rights of Man, 1791) believed that 'a nation under a well-regulated government should permit none to remain uninstructed ' ; but he would not have the state establish or directly maintain schools. Paine endeavoured to make...

The Cambridge History of English Literature, 14

Sir Adolphus William Ward, Alfred Rayney Waller - 1917
...set up a trade in a corporate town or village. Thomas Paine (The Rights of Man, 1791) believed that "a nation under a well-regulated government should permit none to remain uninstructed " ; but he would not have the state establish or directly maintain schools. Paine endeavoured to make...

An End to Poverty?: A Historical Debate

Gareth Stedman Jones - 2004 - 278 ˹
...to be certified by ministers in every parish. The reasons for this were as much political as social. 'A nation under a well-regulated government should...none to remain uninstructed. It is monarchical and aristocratical government only that requires ignorance for its support.' Paine also attempted to remedy...
ҧǹͧ˹ѧ - ǡѺ˹ѧ

The Political Economy of Education: Implications for Growth and Inequality

...poor will hereafter become less, because their abilities, by the aid of education, will be greater A nation under a well-regulated government should...none to remain uninstructed. It is monarchical and aristocratical government only that requires ignorance for its support. The practical beginnings of...
ҧǹͧ˹ѧ - ǡѺ˹ѧ

English Educatiion

...Rights of Man (1791-2), on whose publication he found it expedient to fly to France, he affirms that "a nation under a well-regulated government should permit none to remain uninstructed". Yet he is careful to limit the State's action either to compelling parents to pay their children's...
ҧǹͧ˹ѧ - ǡѺ˹ѧ

the cambridge history of english literature, 6,˹ҷ 2

1910
...set up a trade in a corporate town or village. Thomas Paine (The Rights qf Man, 1791) believed that 'a nation under a well-regulated government should permit none to remain uninstructed ' ; but he would not have the state establish or directly maintain schools. Paine endeavoured to make...
ҧǹͧ˹ѧ - ǡѺ˹ѧ




  1. ͧشͧѹ
  2. ä˹ѧ͢٧