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At least so thought many of our most distinguished men, who have urged the
publishers of this edition to reprint the work and present it to the American public.
They have done so in the hope of promoting among their countrymen a more ...
As an instance, his remarks on slavery will not be found to coincide throughout,
with the opinions either of abolitionists or of slaveholders: but they will be found
to present a masterly view of a most perplexing and interesting subject, which ...
... American Confederation perished through the excessive weakness of its
Government; and this weak Government was, notwithstanding, in possession of
rights even more extensive than those of the Federal Government of the present
A considerable number of their principles were in point of fact embodied in the
political creed of their opponents; and the Federal Constitution, which subsists at
the present day, is a lasting monument of their patriotism and their wisdom.
CHAPTER XIV. WHAT THE REAL ADVANTAGES ARE WHICH AMERICAN
SOCIETY DERIVES FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF THE DEMOCRACY. Befor
E I enter upon the subject of the present chapter, I am induced to remind the
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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.