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Each principle ought to exist in full force , or it will not answer its end . The
democracy must be derived immediately from the people . The aristocracy ought
to be entirely separated ; their power should be permanent , and they should
have the ...
If this principle be a just one , 25 our attention would be directed to a provision in
favor of the State Governments for an annual sum of about 200 , 000 pounds ; 26
while the exigencies of the Union could be susceptible of no limits , even in ...
Without presuming to undertake a full development of this important idea , I will
hazard a few general observations , which may perhaps place it in a clearer light
, and enable us to form a more correct judgment of the principles and structure of
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Although there are some interesting papers in here, and they are all of historical interest if you'd like to gain a thorough understanding of Hamilton, the majority of the letters consist of ... Leer comentario completo