Thomas Babington Macaulay Quote: “None of the modes by which…”

None of the modes by which a magistrate is appointed, popular election, the accident of the lot, or the accident of birth, affords, as far as we can perceive, much security for his being wiser than any of his neighbours.

Thomas Babington Macaulay


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Name: Thomas Babington Macaulay
Profession: Poet
Nationality: British
Birthday: August 25, 1800
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