Richard Cobden Quotes and its meanings

Richard Cobden has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Education Fitness Freedom Happiness Knowledge Peace

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What does Richard Cobden write about?

Richard Cobden has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about education, fitness, freedom, happiness, knowledge & peace. People always share Education quotes, Fitness quotes, freedom, happiness, knowledge & peace from his literary works.

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  • The progress of freedom depends more upon the maintenance of peace, the spread of commerce, and the diffusion of education, than upon the labors of cabinets and foreign offices.
  • I confess that for fifteen years my efforts in education, and my hopes of success in establishing a system of national education, have always been associated with the idea of coupling the education of this country with the religious communities which exist.
  • In Holland, they have come to precisely the same conclusion. There they have adopted a system of secular education, because they have found it impracticable to unite the religious bodies in any system of combined religious instruction.
  • I have been particularly struck with the overwhelming evidence which is given as to the fitness of the natives of India for high offices and employments.
  • But it is my happiness to be half Welsh, and that the better half.
  • For the progress of scientific knowledge will lead to a constant increase of expenditure.
  • From 1836, down to last year, there is no proof of the Government having any confidence in the duration of peace, or possessing increased security against war.
  • I came here as a practical man, to talk, not simply on the question of peace and war, but to treat another question which is of hardly less importance - the enormous and burdensome standing armaments which it is the practice of modern Governments to sustain in time of peace.