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 Ratification of the Constitution Indexes | Index to Volumes 8–10: Ratification of the Constitution by the States: Virginia | V |  Virtue

References

The Impartial Examiner I, Virginia Independent Chronicle, 5 March [Ratification by the States 8:461]

Debates [Ratification by the States 9:939]

Debates [Ratification by the States 10:1327]

Debates [Ratification by the States 10:1330]

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– support of Constitution equated with [2 references]

– of members of government [11 references]

– and Constitutional Convention [2 references]

– American governments will remain virtuous if country is chiefly agricultural [2 references]

– liberties safe as long as people have [13 references]

– does not exist at present [1 reference]

– government as substitute for moral virtue [1 reference]

– and slave trade [1 reference]

– of Washington [2 references]

– does not exist where freedom is absent [1 reference]

– of Benjamin Franklin [1 reference]

– suppression of newspapers suggests loss of republican virtue [1 reference]

– America under Confederation [2 references]

– of the people [3 references]

– importance of agriculture to [1 reference]

– preferred to riches and connections in America [1 reference]

– republican maxims admired by virtuous persons [1 reference]

– in Va. legislature [1 reference]

– and Va. Declaration of Rights [2 references]

– as necessary principle of democracy [1 reference]

– slender thread to base liberty on [1 reference]

– necessary for society to exist [1 reference]

– man is capable of [1 reference]

– Congress needs power to establish schools to promote [1 reference]

– will induce Anti-federalists to acquiesce [1 reference]

– reference to hammer of [1 reference]

See Also

See also Bribery

See also Corruption

See also Human nature