... which start as it were from their station, and fly off so wide, that we labor in vain to bring them within the general laws of any ... The body of the people was considered as vile, and formed only for subjection. ... By its fatal influence the human mind, in every stago of its progress, is depressed, and its native vigor and independence subdued. ... If the transactions of people unacquainted with the use ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Library of American history|
|Author||:||Samuel Lorenzo Knapp|