It is an unquestionable truth, that … people in every country desire sincerely its prosperity.




It is an unquestionable truth, that … people in every country desire sincerely its prosperity.

It is an unquestionable truth, that … people in every country desire sincerely its prosperity. --Alexander Hamilton

It is an unquestionable truth, that the body of the people in every country desire sincerely its prosperity. But it is equally unquestionable that they do not possess the discernment and stability necessary for systematic government. To deny that they are frequently led into the grossest of errors, by misinformation and passion, would be a flattery which their own good sense must despise.

Alexander Hamilton

Year: 1788
Context: Speech to the New York Ratifying Convention
Tags: discernment, errors, flattery, good sense, government, misinformation, passion, people, prosperity, stability, truth



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