Democracy in America I: Chapter XVIII, part X

Future Condition Of Three Races In The United States Part X It is difficult to say for what reason the Americans can trade at a lower rate than other nations; and one is at first led to attribute this circumstance to the physical or natural advantages which are within their reach; but this supposition is …

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Democracy in America I: Chapter XVIII, part IX

Future Condition Of Three Races In The United States Part IX In the meantime South Carolina armed her militia, and prepared for war. But Congress, which had slighted its suppliant subjects, listened to their complaints as soon as they were found to have taken up arms.dd A law was passed, by which the tariff duties …

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Democracy in America I: Chapter XVIII, part VIII

Future Condition Of Three Races In The United States Part VIII It is difficult to imagine a durable union of a people which is rich and strong with one which is poor and weak, even if it were proved that the strength and wealth of the one are not the causes of the weakness and …

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Democracy in America I: Chapter XVIII, part VII

Future Condition Of Three Races In The United States Part VII The inhabitants of the United States talk a great deal of their attachment to their country; but I confess that I do not rely upon that calculating patriotism which is founded upon interest, and which a change in the interests at stake may obliterate. …

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Democracy in America I: Chapter XVIII, part VI

Future Condition Of Three Races In The United States Part VI What Are The Chances In Favor Of The Duration Of The American Union, And What Dangers Threaten Ity Reason for which the preponderating force lies in the States rather than in the Union – The Union will only last as long as all the …

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