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What I wish to dwell upon at this point is the conduct of those who, either in the Government itself, or in the power behind the Government-the Anti-Saloon League-are carrying on the enforcement of the Prohibition law.
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With a view of remedying this evil, cargoes of provisions have been repeatedly imported by the Local Government-the actual cost alone being charged to the settler.
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When the Government of the United States shall by a written official communication have expressed its regret at the misunderstanding which has taken place between the two Governments, assuring us that this misunderstanding was founded on an error-that it did not intend to call in question the good faith of His Majesty's Government-the funds are there; we are ready to pay.
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How the principle of the sovereignty of the people is to be understood-Impossibility of conceiving a mixed government-The sovereign power must centre somewhere-Precautions to be taken to control its action-These precautions have not been taken in the United States-Consequences.
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By this Instrument of Government-the first written constitution in modern times-a "Protectorate" was established, which was a constitutional monarchy in all but name.
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The new local government-the "commune," as it was called-was made up of those elected representatives of the various sections or wards of Paris who had chosen the city's delegates to the Estates-General.
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The government-the laws of the land-why, it was the government and the laws of the land that were going to shoot Hero!
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THE VITAL AND ANIMATING SPIRIT OF THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT.'-'The result is seen in the fact that, at this day, the President of the United States, the President of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and five out of nine of the Judges of the Supreme Judicial Courts of the United States, are not only citizens of slaveholding States, but individual slaveholders themselves.
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That man naturally hates the government-the government of the few, the government that lives on the unpaid labor of the many, the government that takes the child from the parents, and puts him in the army to fight the child of another poor man and woman in some other country.
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Since that time there has been a great advance made in the idea of government-the old idea being that the right to govern came from God to the king, and from the king to his people.
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Examples of Government-the

Example #1
Upon all this, however, as concerned with the conduct of the people at large, perhaps enough has been said in previous chapters.
Example #2
They are not carrying it on in the way in which the enforcement of other laws is carried on.
Example #3
Even a shipload of bullocks and pigs was introduced from Java.
Example #4
Another cause of depression, which has borne seriously on the settlers, has been the occasional high price of the necessaries of life.
Example #5
In the dispatch to M. Pageot we gave the views of our Government on this question.
Example #6
Mr. Forsyth not having thought proper to accept a copy of that dispatch, and having said that the Government of the United States could not receive a communication in such a form, I have nothing to add.