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social. lot. awarded. to. them. by Providence. The Christian nations of our age
seem to me to present a most alarming spectacle ; the impulse which is bearing
them along is so strong that it cannot be stopped, but it is not yet so rapid that it ...
SOCIAL CONDITION OF THE ANGLO-AMERICANS. A social condition is
commonly the result of circumstances, sometimes of laws, oftener still of these
two causes united; but wherever it exists, it may justly be considered as the
source of ...
POLITICAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE SOCIAL CONDITION OF THE ANGLO-
AMERICANS. The political consequences of such a social condition as this are
easily deducible. It is impossible to believe that equality will not eventually find its
the same stage of social existence as the Anglo-Americans, it is therefore very
difficult to discover a medium between the sovereignty of all and the absolute
power of one man : and it would be vain to deny that the social condition which I
Why?—The Europeans believe that liberty is promoted by depriving the social
authority of some of its rights; the Americans, by dividing its exercise.—Almost all
the administration confined to the township, and divided among the town officers.
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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.