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(The following comes from Brownson's Quarterly Review, Last Series, Vol. 1, 1873.) It is no wonder that it seems to us that foreigners do not understand either our character or our institutions. They can judge them only as they are or as they find them; while we ourselves think and judge them not as they are, but as we expect in a nigh future to make them, or as they exist in our hopes and imaginations. We have no fixed or stable national character, no fixed or stable institutions. Both are constantly changing under the very eye of the...
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