John C. Calhoun: Selected Writings and Speeches

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"Constitutions stand to governments, as laws do to individuals. As the object of laws is, to regulate and restrain the actions of individuals, so as to prevent one from oppressing or doing violence to another, so, in like manner, that of constitutions is, to regulate and restrain the actions of governments, so that those who exercise its powers, shall not oppress or do violence to the rest of the community."

-John C. Calhoun, Selected Writings and Speeches
 

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Índice

CHAPTER I
1
CHAPTER II
61
CHAPTER III
223
CHAPTER IV
233
CHAPTER V
243
CHAPTER VI
257
CHAPTER VII
267
CHAPTER IX
317
CHAPTER XVII
505
CHAPTER XVIII
513
CHAPTER XIX
527
CHAPTER XX
549
CHAPTER XXL
569
CHAPTER XXII
587
CHAPTER XXIII
609
CHAPTER XXIV
633

CHAPTER X
343
CHAPTER XL
365
CHAPTER XII
399
CHAPTER XIII
411
CHAPTER XIV
457
CHAPTER XV
463
CHAPTER XVI
479
CHAPTER XXV
641
CHAPTER XXVI
661
SPEECH ON THE SLAVERY QUESTION 4 MARCH 1850
685
INDEX
709
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