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lator is obliged to have recourse to the good sense and the virtue of his fellow-
citizens. This point is more prominent and more discoverable in republics, while it
is more remote and more carefully congealed in monarchies, but it always exists
... of the Union; and the Union only regulates the relations of the Government with
the citizens, and of the nation with Foreign Powers: the relations of citizens
among themselves are almost exclusively regulated by the sovereignty of the
The central Government of each State, which is in immediate juxtaposition to the
citizens, is daily apprised of the wants which arise in society; and new projects
are proposed every year, which are discussed either at townmeetings or by the ...
... is carried on by rival peoples rather than by factions in the State. - But when the
citizens entertain different opinions upon subjects which affect the whole country
alike, such for instance, as the principles upon which the government is to ...
The public officers themselves are well aware that they only enjoy the superiority
over their fellow-citizens which they derive from their authority, upon condition of
putting themselves on a level with the whole community by their manners.
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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.