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Their desire to wreak revenge, this extent, in itself a a mistake, a crime, calamity, arose from the same source as their other miseries and errors, and to an additional proof of the of that long-delayed change which it necessity affords accompanied and disgraced. If a just and necessary revolution could have been accomplished with as little expense of happiness and order in a country governed by despotic as in one governed by free laws, equal liberty and justice would lose their chief recommendations and tyranny be divested of its most revolting entrenches itselfwithin the Tyranny existing interests of the best and most refined citizens of a nation and says c If you dare trample upon these, be free \ Though these terrible conditions shall not be evaded, the world is no longer in a temper to decline the attributes.
Which the constitution is reserved for revision every ten years. Every other set of men who have assumed the office of legislation, and framing institutions for future ages, with far less right to such an assumption than the founders of the American Republic, regarded their work as the wisest and the best that these possibly have been produced illustrious men looked upon the past history of their species and saw that it was the history of his mistakes, and his sufferings arising from his mistakes ; they observed the superiority of their own work to all the works which had preceded it, and they judged it could : possible that other political institutions would be discovered having the same relation to those which they had established which they bear to those which have preceded them.