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It is evident that a central government acquires immense power when united to
administrative centralization. Thus combined, it accustoms men to set their own
will habitually and completely aside ; to submit, not only for once or upon one
If we pay proper attention, we shall find that whenever it is said that a State
cannot act because it has no central point, it is the centralization of the
government in which it is deficient. It is frequently asserted, and we are prepared
to assent to the ...
However enlightened and however skilful a central power may be, it cannot of
itself embrace all the details of the existence of a great nation. Such vigilance
exceeds the powers of man. And when it attempts to create and set in motion so
For there are vast numbers of political laws which influence the obligations of
contracts, which may thus furnish an easy pretext for the aggressions of the
central authority. - - [The fears of the author respecting the danger to the
... to the Government of the United States. They confer upon the central power the
same rights of making peace and war, of raising money and troops, and of
providing for the general exigencies and the common interests of the nation ...
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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.