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The colonies still recognised the supremacy of the mother-country; monarchy
was still the law of the State; but the republic was already established in every
township. - The towns named their own magistrates of every kind, rated them.
Confederations have existed in other countries beside America; and republics
have not been established on the shores of the New World alone : the
representative system of government has been adopted in several States of
Europe; but I am ...
But as it was foreseen that, in practice, questions might arise as to the exact limits
of this exceptional authority, and that it would be dangerous to submit these
questions to the decision of the ordinary courts of justice, established in the
... associations which are established by law under the names of townships, cities
, and counties, a vast number of others are formed and maintained by the agency
of private individuals. , The citizen of the United States is taught from his ...
... or as the only one which a democratic people may establish. In showing the
advantages which the Americans derive from the government of democracy, I am
therefore very far from meaning, or from believing, that similar advantages can be
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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.