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As the officers are everywhere elected, or appointed for a certain period, it has
been impossible to establish the rules of a dependent series of authorities; there
are almost as many independent functionaries as there are functions, and the ...
The King independent in its exercise.—Notwithstanding these discrepancies
France is more akin to a republic than the Union to a monarchy.—Comparison of
the number of public officers depending upon the executive power in the two ...
In the estimation of the democracy, a government is not a benefit, but a necessary
evil. A certain degree of power must be granted to public officers, for they would
be of no use without it. But the ostensible semblance of authority is by no means
—Tendency of the American democracy to increase the salaries of subordinate
officers, and to lower those of the more important functionaries.—Reason of this.
—Comparative statement of the salaries of public officers in the United States
In America the secondary officers are much better paid, and the dignitaries of the
administration much worse than they are elsewhere. - These opposite effects
result from the same cause: the people fixes the salaries of the public officers in ...
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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.