A Defence of Universal Suffrage. By Senor Castelar
Emilio Castelar Nouvelle Revue Internationale
Analogy, Natural History, Natural Law, Human Species
In the natural world 'Equality is the general law, inequality the particular exception'. For example, 'When you know one insect you know all of its species'. This 'clever argumentative' article, although yielding the 'rational to the splendid', locates the question of equal suffrage within the 'one eternal harmony' of the universe.
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