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November 07 , 2009

Garden Cities of To-morrow


New forces, new cravings, new aims, which had been silently gathering beneath the crust of reaction, burst suddenly into view.'—J. R. GREEN, Short History of the English People, Chap. x. 'Change is consummated in many cases after much argument and agitation, and men do not observe that almost everything has been silently effected by causes to which few people paid any heed. In one generation an institution is unassailable, in the next bold men may assail it, and in the third bold men defend it. At one time the most conclusive arguments are advanced against it in vain, if indeed they are allowed utterance at all. At another time the most childish sophistry is enough to secure its condemnation. In the first place, the institution, though probably indefensible by pure reason, was congruous with the conscious habits and modes of thought of the community. In the second, these had changed from influences which the acutest analysis would probably fail to explain, and a breath sufficed to topple over the sapped structure.'—The Times, 27th November 1891.

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