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Of all the enemies to public liberty...
We hold it for a fundamental and undeniable...
The highest number to which a standing...
It is very certain that [the commerce...
A pure democracy ... can admit no cure for the mischiefs...
History records that the money changers have...
The internal effects of a mutable policy...
Liberty is to faction what air is to fire,...
The aim of every political constitution is,...
[A]ll power is originally vested in, and consequently...
Experience is the oracle of truth; and where...
The strongest passions and most dangerous weaknesses...
A republic, by which I mean a government...
Wherever the real power in a Government...
Do not separate text from historical background....
The right of the people to keep...
The class of citizens who provide at once...
Of all the enemies to public liberty,...
War is in fact the true nurse...
If this spirit shall ever be so...
Each State, in ratifying the Constitution, is considered...
An efficient militia is authorized and contemplated...
Because finally, 'the equal right of every...
With respect to the words general welfare,...
[T]he powers granted by the proposed Constitution...
[In the case of] dangerous exercise of other...
The people of the U.S. owe their...
The Constitution supposes, what the history of all...
There is not a more important and fundamental...
[T]he accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive,...
The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution...
[Y]ou will understand the game behind the curtain...
The people shall not be deprived or...
Do not separate text from historical background....
May it not be asked of every...
[A]s the Courts are generally the last...
There is no maxim in my opinion...
As a man is said to have...
Wherever the real power in a Government...
Democracies have ever been spectacles of turbulence...
It becomes all therefore who are friends...
All men having power ought to be distrusted...
But the mild voice of reason, pleading...
One hundred and seventy-three despots would surely...
Happily for America, happily, we trust, for the whole...
In a society under the forms of which...
No political truth is certainly of greater...
The eyes of the world being thus...
No man is allowed to be a judge...
If Congress can do whatever in their...
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