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    Robert W. Russell (Author)
Page II. State Taxes upon Personal Property Licenses, c., in A merica General Comparison of the English and American Systems of Taxation EvU Effects of the present Taxes in England 76 CHAPTER IX. THE SOCIAL INFLUENCE OP DEMOCRACY IN AMEBICA. I. Political Equality Respect paid to Electors Success of talented Men Familiar intercourse Equality at the President s Levee, in the Common Schools, in Churches, and in Travellings ucaton provided by the State Colleges The Newspaper Press Ignorance and Indifference in England to great public events Liberty: Freedom of Discussion, and of Political Association I ts Effects upon National Character 79 II. The Diffusion cf Wea UhL aw of Descent, and absence of Entails Absence of a favoured class monopolising Public Places of Honour and Profit Impossibility of there being an Aristocracy in America American Farmers working on their own Land Condition of the A g- cnltural Population of the United States 80 CHAPTER X. THE SOCIAL INFLUENCE OF DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA (CONTINUED). I. Why the abundance of land is not the cause of American prosperity Condition of Bussia, of Lower Canada, and of the people of England, in the olden times The state of Society in the British Colonies Public spirit, enei, and enterprise, created by Democracy Fraternity: The desire to secure the good opinion of, and to be useful to, the Public .80 II. Superior Morality of the Women of America the Consequence of Democratic Institutions Bespect paid to Women 83 III. Temperance Beneficial effects of the absence of an Established Church Question as to the advantages to be derived from the Endowment of all Beligious Sects 84 IV. Competition in Trades and Professions Absence of a class independent of business How Democratic Institutions secure Employment for the People better than Aristocratic 85 CHAPTER XI. THE SOCIAL INFLUENCE OF DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA (CONTINUED).
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