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Government and Administration of the United States

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Published: 1801
Language: English
Wordcount: 41,950 / 140 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 46.8
LoC Category: J
Downloads: 572
Added to site: 2004.07.02
mnybks.net#: 8490
Genre: Politics
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dapted by means of the introduction of the representative principle, to the government of a large and widely separated people. Under this form of government the people rule themselves, not directly, as in a democracy, but through agents or representatives of their own selection. The participation of the people in their own government consists therefore merely in the choice of officers to represent them and carry out their wishes. There exist at present several republics, the tendency seeming to be for nations to approach more nearly this form of government. France has been, since 1870, the best European example of a republic. Our own government--the United States of America--is to us the most interesting and important example of a republic.

#Popular Government.#--By the word 'popular' is meant, of or by the people, and by popular government is to be understood a government in the administration of which the people as a whole participate. Every change by which new and greater political powers a

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