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Mr. Calhoun's doctrines.
nullification a Union-saving measure.
its ingenuity and conservatism.
Calhoun's profound statesmanship.
injustice to his memory.
how the South has been injured by false party names
There is nothing of political philosophy more plainly taught in history than the limited value of the Federal principle.
It had been experimented upon in various ages of the world — in the Amphictyonic Council, in the Achaean league, in the United Provinces of Holland, in Mexico, in Central America, in Columbia, and in the Argentine republic; in all these instances the form of government established upon it had become extinct, or had passed into the alternative of consolidation or anarchy and disintegration.
Indeed, it is plain enough that such a form of government is the resource only of small and weak communities; that it is essentially temporary in its nature; and that it has never been adopted by States which had approached a mature condition, and had passed th