Of Federal Representative Governments

  • John Stuart Mill


Portions of mankind who are not fitted or not disposed to live under the same internal government may often, with advantage, be federally united as to their relations with foreigners both to prevent wars among themselves, and for the sake of more effectual protection against the aggression of powerful States.


Federal Government Internal Government American Constitution Federal Constitution Foreign Power 
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