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how slavery established a peculiar civilizations the South.
its bad and good effects summed up.
coarseness of Northern civilization.
no landed gentry in the North.
scanty appearance of the Southern country.
the sentiments and manners of its people.
American exaggeration, a peculiarity of the Northern mind.
sobriety of the South.
how these qualities were displayed in the Northern and Southern estimations of the Union.
State Rights the foundation of the moral dignity of the Union.
Calhoun's picture of the Union.
a noble vision never realized
Although the American Union, as involving the Federal principle, contained in itself an element ultimately fatal to its form of government, it is not to be denied that by careful and attentive statesmanship a rupture might have been long postponed.
We have already briefly seen that, at a most remarkable period in American history, it was proposed by the great political scholar of his times-John C. Calhoun — to modify the Federal pri