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Webster's Speeches; Reply to Hayne (Delivered in the U. S. Senate, January 26, 1830) The Constitution and the Union (Delivered in the U. S. Senate, March 7, 1850)
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Books about the Political Process discuss how political parties and political movements are formed, elections are conducted, and how governments are formed. Titles include: A Brief Enquiry Into the True Nature and Character of Our Federal Government, A Manual of Government in Canada, British Aristocracy and the House of Lords, Election by lot at Athens, How England is governed, Towards international government, The Foundations of American Constitutional Government, and The Empire on the anvil, being suggestions and data for the future government of the British Empire.
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