Whatever has been said or written, from the time of Herodotus to the present, of the ennobling influence of free government--the nerve and spring which it gives to all the faculties, the larger and higher objects which it presents to the intellect and feel

Perhaps, if the existence of an evil being were allowed, who, in the allegorical language of Scripture, went about seeking whom he should devour, he could not more effectually degrade the human character, than by giving a man absolute power.

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