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None of the modes by which a magistrate...
To punish a man because we infer...
Men are never so likely to settle...
The measure of a man's character is what...
And to say that society ought to be governed...
The highest proof of virtue is to possess...
Many politicians... are in the habit of laying...
It has often been found that profuse...
As freedom is the only safeguard of governments,...
Nothing is so galling to a people...
I have long been convinced that institutions...
There is surely no contradiction in saying...
Institutions purely democratic must, sooner, or later,...
Many politicians are in the habit of laying...
The maxim, that governments ought to train...
American democracy must be a failure because...
Persecution produced its natural effect on them....
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