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American experience hardly justifies the notion that Federalism is an economical form of Government.

The liberals hoisted the banner of federalism and several provinces rose in revolt.

Then the tide turned and from 1837 to the Paraguayan war the central government grew stronger and federalism weaker.

On the contrary, he felt certain that Washington did not harbor one principle of Federalism.

State after state revolted from the ranks of federalism, and enrolled itself on the side of democracy.

The federalism of the Government might have been as well preserved by an unequal representation in the Senate.

The different features of federalism make their appearance though under strange forms.

And that federalism was not ethically higher than the spirit of the ancient Amphictyonic oath, preserved by Æschines.

It was only after the Bill passed that Federalism could be discussed.

The forces of militarism and federalism had been too strong for them.

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