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Those who approve of their polity countenance what is hostile to his government, and thus act as his enemies.
The history of our polity at this time is closely connected with the history of one man.
Switzerland, he urged, played so important a part in the European polity, that no one could be indifferent to its destiny.
But why should not a part of that fable have come true in our polity, as another part of it has come true in yours?
Calvin exercised a great influence on the civil polity of Geneva, although it was established before he came to the city.
He was accused of being opposed to any republican polity, and of seeking the annihilation of the State Governments.
Consider these requirements a little, and the evils that result in our education and polity from neglecting them.
In ecclesiastical polity he never was a partisan, and for piety his attraction was always more powerful than for mere theology.
Accordingly, assuming the absence of laws, democracy is the least bad or most tolerable of the six varieties of sham-polity.
The foundations of the civil and religious polity of the colony were laid on the 4th of June, 1639, with every due solemnity.

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