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... the peculiar interests and customs which resulted from this system were
opposed to a compact and intimate union, which would have absorbed the
individual importance of each in the general importance of all. Hence arose two
Under these circumstances, the result was that the strict rules of logic were
evaded, as is usually the case when interests are opposed to arguments. A
middle course was hit upon by the legislators, which brought together by force
two systems ...
... American Constitution 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
Some countries are so large that the different populations which inhabit them
have contradictory interests, although they are the subjects of the same
Government; and they may thence be in a perpetual state of opposition. In this
case the ...
... capacity than elsewhere, the governed on the other hand are more
enlightened and more attentive to their interests. ... of its rights, it prevents its
representatives from abandoning that general line of conduct which its own
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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.