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Alexis de Tocqueville John Canfield Spencer. quality and wretchedness were
then to be found in society; but the souls of neither rank of men were degraded.
Men are not corrupted by the exercise of power or debased by the habit of ...
JUDICIAL POWER IN THE UNITED STATES, AND ITS INFLUENCE ON
POLITICAL SOCIETY. The Anglo-Americans have retained the characteristics of
judicial power which are common to all nations.—They have, however, made it a
But between these epochs of misery and of confusion there are periods during
which human society seems to rest, and mankind to make a pause. This pause is,
indeed, only apparent; for time does not stop its course for nations any more than
... and from that time the laws and the customs of society have been adapted to its
caprices. At the present day the more affluent classes of society are so entirely
removed from the direction of political affairs in the United States, that wealth, ...
Societies are formed to resist enemies which are exclusively of a moral nature,
and to diminish the vice of ... I shall hereafter have occasion to show the effects of
association upon the course of society, and I must confine myself for the present ...
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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.