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First, justice ought to be unbought, because nothing is more hateful than venal justice.
More's the pity, since Wilson regarded Chapman as perhaps the finest writer on literature of his generation, an opinion shared in many respects by Jacques Barzun, who edited Unbought Spirit, an anthology of Chapman's works published in 1998.
The reader features a quote from Edmund Burke as the main title: Unbought Grace: An Elizabeth Fox-Genovese Reader.
6) See generally SHIRLEY CHISHOLM, UNBOUGHT AND UNBOSSED (1970); O'CONNOR, supra note 5 (on becoming the first woman justice on the United States Supreme Court); JILL NORGEN, BELVA LOCKWOOD: THE WOMAN WHO WOULD BE PRESIDENT (2007) (chronicling Belva Lockwood's role in breaking down women's social barriers in the 19th century, including her efforts to become the first woman to argue in front of the Supreme Court after it initially denied her); JUAN WILLIAMS, THURGOOD MARSHALL: AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY (1998) (on becoming the Court's first African-American justice); Aleta Wallach, Arabella Babb Mansfield (1846-1911), 2 WOMEN'S RTS.
The unbought grace of life, the cheap defence of nations, the nurse of manly sentiment and heroic enterprize is gone
This was the man who was most likely to blame for our unbought sweets, for my mother's silent weeping.
Namier suggested some fifty years ago that access to the highest levels of society came from the possession "uncontending ease, the unbought grace of life" (England in the Age of the American Revolution, 2nd ed.
Leave the new unbought 288 Section 3--Honest / Solid / The lip /
This unbought gift of grace, this sacramental gesture, sends him back on the road, probably to find himself back in trouble quite often--through "misunderstandings," of course.
It is spending a fortune on influencing, hiring and purchasing academic judgement [sic] to a point where, in a few years' time, if Big Pharma continues unchecked on its present happy path, unbought medical opinion will be hard to find.
Ryn, "Virtue: Real or Imagined," in the Unbought Grace of Life: Essays in Honor of Russell Kirk, ed.
Pertencendo a mesma geracao que produziria a primeira congressista negra eleita pelo Brooklyn, Shirley Chisholm, que mais tarde concorreria a presidencia dos Estados Unidos, fato documentado em Unbought and Unbossed (1970), Paule Marshall retrata a mulher migrante caribenha em Nova Iorque disputando recursos com americanos negros e brancos e, acima de tudo, buscando um lar.