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—Epochs which produce them.—Their characteristics.—America has had great
parties.—They are extinct.—Federalists.—Republicans—Defeat of the
Federalists. —Difficulty of creating parties in the United States.—What is done
with this ...
When the Indian wishes to sell the produce of his labor, he cannot always meet
with a purchaser, while the European readily finds a market; and the former can
only produce at a considerable cost, that which the latter vends at a very low rate.
... free laborers; in order to have their services, they must be bought. Slavery,
independently of its general disadvantages, is therefore still more inapplicable to
countries in which corn is cultivated than to those which produce crops of a
Within these limits the qualities of the soil, the temperature, and the produce of
the country, are extremely various. The vast extent of territory occupied by the
Anglo-American republics has given rise to doubts as to the maintenance of the ...
only consume a small portion of this produce, and they are willing to sell us the
rest. Europe is therefore the market of America, as America is the market of
Europe; and maritime commerce is no less necessary to enable the inhabitants of
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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.