Their duty is to centralize all evidence currently available, but let a semi-organic process develop the rest.
Once in office, they are always going to centralize power and undermine the democracy that elevated them.
This measure was strongly opposed by Jefferson, and its passage had a marked effect on our system tending to centralize authority.
This is an evil which has crept in with the tendency to centralize the schools.
Chamberlain in vain urged defense and political policies designed to centralize power in London.
His object was to purify French, and, as it were, to centralize it.
The result obviously was to increase and centralize still greater wealth in the circumscribed ownership of a few families.
No people ever existed, who watched more narrowly the existence of power, and its innate tendency to centralize, and usurp.
The mechanical force of steam began at once to centralize manufacturing.
None of the reforms of Ferdinand and Isabella was so efficient in restoring order and none did more to centralize power.
Government should have a central point throughout its whole periphery. The state of the monthly expences amounted to four hundred millions; but within these seven months, it is reduced to one hundred and eighty millions. Such is the effect of the centralization of government; and the more we centralize it, the more we shall find our expenses decrease. [Saint-Just, "Discourse on the State of the Finances"]