Is popular judgement in politics more just than that of the higher classes?

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Is popular judgement in politics more just than that of the higher classes?

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[Letter] "The two articles in the ""Fortnightly"" by Greg and Gladstone are very striking; I think the first G. so reasonable and cool and the second so fiery and full of elan."

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Emma Darwin: A Century of Family Letters, 1792-1896

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Is popular judgement in politics more just than that of the higher classes?

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Darwin, Emma
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Related place
England
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