Admit, prince, that in your relations with Nastasia Philipovna there has existed, from the very first, something democratic
, and the fascination, so to speak, of the 'woman question'?
Is it too much to hope that some democratic
"Bert" may not ultimately get even with his Highness?
She unlocked a drawer and took out a manuscript, which consisted of a very few pages, entitled, in a forcible hand, "Some Aspects of the Democratic State.
She moved her green-shaded lamp to another table, and covered "Some Aspects of the Democratic State" with a sheet of blotting-paper.
The effect of Dickens is purely democratic
, and however contemptible he found our pseudo-equality, he was more truly democratic
than any American who had yet written fiction.
Please remember that in my democratic
country one has never had a chance of getting used to such speeches.
THE People being dissatisfied with a Democratic
Legislature, which stole no more than they had, elected a Republican one, which not only stole all they had but exacted a promissory note for the balance due, secured by a mortgage upon their hope of death.
And, to save me, I can't remember whether the Hancock Fire Brigade was a republican or a democratic
So large was his following that he managed to take possession of the empty shell of the old Democratic Party.
And with Hearst crashed also to destruction the Democratic Party that he had so recently captured.
There is an increasing democratic feeling, a breaking away from the interest in artificial social life and a conviction that every human being is worthy of respect.
Both forms (indeed, they were one in spirit) were extreme products of the romantic return to sentiment and democratic feeling.
Let him then be set over against democracy; he may truly be called the democratic
What Nietzsche strives to combat and to overthrow is the modern democratic
tendency which is slowly labouring to level all things--even the sexes.
That is my name," he admitted, "by which I have been generally called in this democratic