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- - of Commerce, 92
- - of Education, 92, 211

Minister of Interior, 211
- - of Justice, 76, 118-120
- - of Navy, 92
- - of War, 92, 93

Miscarriage of justice, 165

Monarchy, old men under, 147
- - principle of, 12, 62, 96

Montesquieu, 4, 12, 14, 28, 37, 44-47, 66-70, 74-89, 103-105, 123, 137,
138, 150-156, 193, 227, 232

Moral effect of law, 125
- - order, 217

Morals, high standard of, 150
- - laxity of, 155
- - private, 139, 140
- - public, 123, 124, 139

More, Thomas, 71

Moses, 67, 209


Napoleon, 13, 105, 209

Nationalisation, 60

Nietzsche, 147, 187, 220-225


Oligarchy, 63, 128, 147

Olympiad, 87

Ostracism, 133


Paraguay, 62

Parental authority, 143

Parliament, 172

Party system under Socialism, 61

Pascal, 107, 157

Patriotism, 12, 214

Peel, Sir R., 3

Periander, 132

Peter the Great, 124

Phædo, personification of laws in, 87

Plato, 71, 105, 126-129, 138, 140, 153

Plautus, 150

Plebiscite, 24, 173

_Pli Professionnel, Le_, 164

Pnyx, the, 37

Politeness, 156 _et seq._

Politician, definition of, 34
- - democracy's need of, 35, 51
- - as schoolmaster, 212

_Préfet_, 62-55, 173, 212

President of the Chamber, 110
- - of the Council, 93
- - of the Republic, 42, 57

Primogeniture, 124

_Procureur-général_, 52, 53, 119-122

Proudhon, 73

Public officials, appointment of, 43-51
- - under Socialism, 201

Purchase system, the, 103


Quinet, Edgar, 13


Rabelais, 115

Republic, 12, 13, 73

Renaissance, 149

Renan, 223

Renouvier, 50

Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, 22

Rhédi, 78

Robespierre, 207, 208

Roman Republic, 13, 113, 204, 233

Romans, the, 68, 87, 232

Rome, 124, 149, 222, 226, 232-234

Rousseau, 32, 72, 136-138, 149, 150, 207, 208

Royalty, 137, 286
- - democratic, 18


St. Cyr, 177

St. Louis, 74

Schopenhauer, 224

_Scrutin de liste_, 83, 112, and note
- - _d'arrondissement_, 83

Senate, 38, 58, 117, 118, 172-175

Senators, 55, 172-175
- - irremovable, 57

Seneca, 129

Socialism, 61-65, 231

Socrates, 18, 88
- - on democracy, 144

Solon, 67, 73

Sovereignty of the People, 40, 45, 56, 177, 194-198, 204-209, 214

Specialisation of functions, 15-18, 31

Special jurisdictions, 97, 98

State control of children, 144
- - - - of magistrates, 100,101
- - - - of private enterprise, 60-61
- - danger of eminent man to, 131-137
- - intervention to restore public morality, 217-219

State policy, 110
- - services rendered to, 230
- - within a State, 196

Steinheil case, 114

Suidas, 103, 105

Sunday observance, 75

Sylla, 73

Synergy, 235, 236


Terence, 150

Thrasybulus, 132

Toulouse, 115

Tyranny, 135


Universal suffrage, 21, 173-175

University degrees, 20, 181-183

Upper chamber, suggestions for strong, 174

Usbek, 78


Virtue, civic, 14, 103, 104
- - the principle of a republic, 12, 13

Voltaire, 103-105, 116


Women, their position in a democracy, 140-143


Xenophon, 126, 233


Young man, Horace's description of, 152




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