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They have done so in the hope of promoting among their countrymen a more
thorough knowledge of their frames of government, and a more just appreciation
of the great principles on which they are founded. But it seemed to them that a ...
... New World alone : the representative system of government has been adopted
in several States of Europe; but I am not aware that any nation of the globe has
hitherto organised a judicial power on the principle adopted by the Americans.
... struggling against a common enemy; and these reasons were sufficiently
strong to unite them one to another, and to consolidate them into one nation. But
as each of them had en. joyed a separate existence, and a government within its
PREROGATIVE OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. Power of declaring war,
making peace, and levying general taxes vested in the Federal Government.—
What part of the internal policy of the country it may direct.—The Government of
The American Government not a Federal, but an imperfect national, Government.
- - The United States of America do not afford either the first or the only instance
of confederate States, several of which have existed in modern Europe, without ...
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The social state of these tribes differed also in many respects from all that was seen in the Old World. They seemed to have multiplied freely in the midst of their deserts, without coming in contact with other races more civilized than their own.