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But the reason was, that the State has never been able to enforce obedience to
its general laws, because the several members of that great body always claimed
the right, or found the means, of refusing their co-operation to the ...
... religion, the same language, the same customs, and almost the same laws;
they were struggling against a common enemy; and these reasons were
sufficiently strong to unite them one to another, and to consolidate them into one
Nevertheless its ef. fects are different-Reason of this.--Distinctions between the
Union and all other confederations.—The American Government not a Federal,
but an imperfect national, Government. - - The United States of America do not ...
I am inclined to think that the above causes explain the reason of the
extraordinary ascendancy it has acquired over the nation, but that they do not
exercise much influence upon the tone of its language. The periodical press
appears to me to ...
A second reason, which is still more weighty, may be farther adduced: in the
United States every one is personally interested in enforcing the obedience of the
whole community to the law; for as the minority may shortly rally the majority to its
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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.