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Greatness and Glory attended the Union of States,

And ‘we, the people,’ enjoyed ‘the blessings of liberty,’ and consequently ‘domestic tranquility;’ ‘the sacred ties,’ amity, mutual interest and justice were preserved, and the polity seemed immortal; but through perversion and usurpation nationalism supervened, and ‘hell followed with’ it; or, perhaps it were better to say, it brought ‘the abomination of desolation!’


P. C. Centz, Barrister, The Author of the Republic of Republics.

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