British Constitution

Admired not so much however, for its theoretical and formal (which Bentham attacked in his 'Fragment on Government' in 1775) as its moral basis — the good feeling and unity that prevailed among its component parts and which was impossible in the condition of things prevailing in France.

Note by A.J.Grieve (MA), from The Achievement of France in Part One of Reflections On The Revolution In France
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