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" The great mass of nations is neither rich nor gay. They whose aggregate constitutes the people are found in the streets and the villages, in the shops and farms ; and from them collectively considered must the measure of general prosperity be taken. "
Parliamentary Papers - Σελίδα 280
των Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1858
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