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The learned and loyal Abraham Cowley"s definition of a tyrant
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Get this from a library. The learned and loyal Abraham Cowley's definition of a tyrant. [Abraham Cowley]. Cowley, Abraham, The learned and loyal Abraham Cowley's definition of a tyrant (published by the present Lord Bishop of Rochester) in his discourse concerning the government of Oliver Cromwell.
(London printed: [s.n.], ) (HTML at EEBO TCP). From Samuel Johnson's Lives of the Poets series, published in 3 volumes between and The life of Cowley, notwithstanding the penury of English biography, has been written by Dr. Sprat, an author whose pregnancy of imagination and elegance of language have deservedly set him high in the ranks of literature; but his zeal of friendship, or ambition of eloquence, has produced a funeral.
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Abraham Lincoln was one of many people of his era who devoted their attention to the conscious construction of the self. To many in the twentieth century, the language of their time—the celebration of the "self-made man," the triumph of purpose over weakness or adversity—has become trite, a set of irritating platitudes.
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First are the actions that he took without congressional authorization, relying merely on his authority as commander in chief.
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DiLorenzo and Joseph A. Morris from Thomas J. DoLorenzo contends that Abraham Lincoln was a tyrant and enemy of freedom who disregarded the constitution and destroyed the very Union he claimed to s: 7.
I told him there is no need for a book, I know of this essay “Slavespeak” that will set him really straight. It’s worth emphasizing that just by accepting the concepts/words of the would-be tyrant, you place yourself at a huge disadvantage.
By doing so, you relinquish your power, enabling the would-be tyrant to become an actual tyrant.