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The United States, as we would have expected from theoretical deduction, affords an example, compared with the old governments of Europe and Asia, of a free, Nor let it be said happy, and strong people. 1 1 Its error consists not in the not representing the will it is, but in not providing for the full of the people as *A Philosophical View of ^form 1 5 that they owe their superiority rather to the Give situation than to their government. and let that king waste in and bribery the same sum which now serves for the entire expenses of their government.

In a degree, indeed, exceedingly limited, and stript of all its antient terrors, the hope of the Monarchy of France, with pared, may witness of dominion. 1 his teeth drawn and his claws succeed in maintaining the formal most The imperfect and insecure usurpation of Bonaparte and 1 The foregoing sentence was left by Shelley in a chaotic and indecipherable condition. The restoration I have sA ^Philosophical View of 'Reform 1 9 then the Restoration of the Bourbons were the shapes in which this reaction clothed itself, and the heart of every lover of liberty was struck as with palsy on the succession of these But reversing the proverbial expresevents.

Been But universally the nation became multiplied into a denomination which had no constitutional This denomination presence in the State. had not existed before, or had existed only to a degree in which its interests were sensibly interwoven with that of those who enjoyed a constitutional presence. Thus the prothe borne portion Englishmen who posby sessed the faculty of suffrage to those who were excluded from that faculty at the several periods of 1641 and 1688 had changed by the operation of these causes from 1 to 8 to 1 to 20.

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