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But it seemed to them that a reprint in America of the views of an author so well
entitled to regard and confidence, without any correction of the few errors or
mistakes that might be found, would be in effect to give authenticity to the whole
The nation, taken as a whole, will he less brilliant, less glorious, and perhaps less
strong; but the majority of the citizens will enjoy a greater degree of prosperity,
and the people will remain quiet, not because it despairs of melioration, but ...
... “true power can be founded among men which does not depend upon the free
union of their inclinations; and patriotism and religion are the only two motives in
the world which can permanently direct the whole of a body politic to one end.
THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION. I have hitherto considered each State as a
separate whole, and I have explained the different springs which the people sets
in motion, and the different means of action which it employs. But all the States
... mere parties; and if a civil war breaks out, the struggle is carried on by rival
peoples rather than by factions in the State. - But when the citizens entertain
different opinions upon subjects which affect the whole country alike, such for
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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.