"Since you are not yet case-hardened, tell me what you think right now about the general editorial policy."
It was what I may call the aristocratic ethic or the master ethic.* They talked in large ways of policy, and they identified policy and right.
"Do you really think it likely that my house will burn down inside the time that policy
In this point of view the Southern States might retort the complaint, by insisting that the principle laid down by the convention required that no regard should be had to the policy of particular States towards their own inhabitants; and consequently, that the slaves, as inhabitants, should have been admitted into the census according to their full number, in like manner with other inhabitants, who, by the policy of other States, are not admitted to all the rights of citizens.
In the federal Constitution, this policy does not prevail.
The extension of our own commerce in our own vessels cannot give pleasure to any nations who possess territories on or near this continent, because the cheapness and excellence of our productions, added to the circumstance of vicinity, and the enterprise and address of our merchants and navigators, will give us a greater share in the advantages which those territories afford, than consists with the wishes or policy of their respective sovereigns.
It can move on uniform principles of policy. It can harmonize, assimilate, and protect the several parts and members, and extend the benefit of its foresight and precautions to each.
Tacitus saith, Livia sorted well with the arts of her husband, and dissimulation of her son; attributing arts or policy
to Augustus, and dissimulation to Tiberius.
The influence which the bigotry of one female, the petulance of another, and the cabals of a third, had in the contemporary policy
, ferments, and pacifications, of a considerable part of Europe, are topics that have been too often descanted upon not to be generally known.
The result of his experiment had answered all the expectations of his policy
; for the Hurons were in no degree exempt from that governing principle of nature, which induces man to value his gifts precisely in the degree that they are appreciated by others.
"If England were to act exactly according to my wishes, she could not act better than she does; if I directed the policy
of England from this place, I should not direct it otherwise.
While this epoch-making line was being strung, Vail was pushing his "grand telephonic system" policy
by organizing The American Telephone and Telegraph Company.