This, however, is not to suggest that minorities are necessarily anomic.
For every country is a mass of minorities which should find a voice in public affairs.
What we call history—the memory of the past—has always been the work of minorities.
I believe that the tyranny of minorities is the plague that we suffer under.
These politicians are subtle and profound on the rights of minorities.
In Japan the majority rules as everywhere, and minorities must submit.
It is governed by minorities, seldom or never by majorities.
The world is really governed and led by minorities, and always will be.
These politicians are subtle, and profound in the rights of minorities.
A majority of minorities united by common rules, beliefs and aspirations.