„Nations are not truly great solely because the individuals composing them are numerous, free, and active; but they are great when these numbers, this freedom, and this activity are employed in the service of an ideal higher than that of an ordinary man, taken by himself.“

— Matthew Arnold, "Democracy" (1861)

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anglický básník a kulturní kritik, který pracoval jako in... 1822 - 1888
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