managing elections

The Whigs could not, that is to say, go to the country with any hope, unless influence was brought to bear. The Tories, therefore, feared defeat, even while they were confident that the country was with them. Nothing could better illustrate the tone of political feeling, and the balance of political influence, in Swift's day.

Note by Heny Craik to Letter 36 from Journal To Stella
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