Plainly the central idea of secession is the essence of anarchy.
Mr. Seeley does justice to the importance of the secession of the American colonies.
From the top of the capitol building, he reflected on the fall of Secession.
And then—and then a greater State than any will be forced into secession!
Washington's dead, sir; dead as a hammer, if this secession goes on.
What would have been said had he suggested the chance of Secession and Civil War?
No one then dreamed of four years' war, but every one dreamed of secession.
This was to invite a secession of the French colonies from the mother country.
At any rate, secession was not directly advocated at Hartford.
Missouri did not join the Southern States in their secession from the Union.