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English citations of acquiescence

  • 1872, N.N., Artificial Production of Stupidity in Schools, Popular Science Monthly Volume 1:
    We have long entertained a conviction that this passive acquiescence in stupidity, as an ultimate fact of human nature, and this confident expectation of its unmitigated recurrence in each succeeding generation, are founded upon errors of considerable practical importance.