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e-Soil North have formed their opinions of the Government of the United States upon such reasoning? In relation to the question of coercion and force, which the vulgar and coarse-grained Ape of Illinois is attempting to make a practical one, "Mr. Madison [in that Federal Convention] observed that the more he reflected on the use of force, the more he doubted the practicability, the justice and the efficiency of it, when applied to people collectively, and not individually. A union of the Stater from the unholy alliance, and is now belligerent, ready, as she has ever been, to sacrifice all in the cause of liberty, and the right of a people to choose their own rulers and their own form of Government. But not only has the warning of Mr. Madison been disregarded. The voice of Eldridge Gerry, the Massachusetts delegate, is now unheeded by the ape and his Northern horde. He warned the Convention against "pushing the experiment too far"--the experiment of emasculating the State Governm