A Quote by William Ewart Gladstone on constitution, politics, and work

Letter to the committee in charge of the celebration of the centennial of the American Constitution. I have always regarded that Constitution as the most remarkable work known to me in modern times to have been produced by the human intellect, at a single stroke (so to speak), in its application to political affairs.

William Ewart Gladstone (1809 - 1898)

Source: Letter, 1887

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