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Individuality is the aim of political liberty. By leaving to the citizen as much freedom of action and of being, as comports with ...
The very existence of government at all, infers inequality. The citizen who is preferred to office becomes the superior to those w ...
The Americans ... are almost ignorant of the art of music, one of the most elevating, innocent and refining of human tastes, whose ...
The demagogue is usually sly, a detractor of others, a professor of humility and disinterestedness, a great stickler for equality ...
The American doctrinaire is the converse of the American demagogue, and, in this way, is scarcely less injurious to the public. Th ...
A refined simplicity is the characteristic of all high bred deportment, in every country, and a considerate humanity should be the ...
America owes most of its social prejudices to the exaggerated religious opinions of the different sects which were so instrumental ...
In America the taint of sectarianism lies broad upon the land. Not content with acknowledging the supremacy as the Diety, and with ...
Slavery is no more sinful, by the Christian code, than it is sinful to wear a whole coat, while another is in tatters, to eat a be ...
Equality, in a social sense, may be divided into that of condition and that of rights. Equality of condition is incompatible with ...
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