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 Ratification of the Constitution Indexes | Index to Volumes 4–7: Ratification of the Constitution by the States: Massachusetts | U |  United States

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– adopting Constitution will bring America immortal honor [1 reference]

– destined to he an asylum for oppressed [2 references]

– Attleborough toast that America will always have justice, liberty and peace [1 reference]

– described as a Christian power [1 reference]

– confederate republic is only practicable tree government for [1 reference]

– Constitution will greatly affect future of [1 reference]

– description of [1 reference]

– destined to be disunited and weak [2 references]

– destined to determine if man can govern himself [1 reference]

– diversity of [1 reference]

– elect men of virtue who will not abuse power [1 reference]

– fate of depends on Mass. convention’s decision [1 reference]

– field on which patriotism has been displayed [1 reference]

– freedom exists uniquely in [1 reference]

– glorious future of (empire of freedom) [1 reference]

– God favors [4 references]

– God is testing, 175— [1 reference]

– government abuses have not gained sacredness by time [1 reference]

– great potential [1 reference]

– destined for greatness [1 reference]

– happiness of derived from free institutions and limited government [1 reference]

– importance of decision to ratify or not for [1 reference]

– most illustrious infant nation under heaven [1 reference]

– interest and glory of people in Mass. depends on establishing their characters as Americans [1 reference]

– interests of are too varied to form a close national government [1 reference]

– majority of people decide on government [1 reference]

– minority out of government are not attacked [1 reference]

– moderate temperament of men and governments in [1 reference]

– no other example of rise in numbers, arts and trade [1 reference]

– people readily obey rulers who rule well [1 reference]

– political knowledge and liberality of form basis of liberty in [1 reference]

– population of [7 references]

– population growth of [2 references]

– praised throughout world [1 reference]

– prayers to God will spare and save [1 reference]

– experiments with republican form of government [1 reference]

– rights nowhere better protected [1 reference]

– can function in self-sustained fashion [1 reference]

– unique history of [1 reference]

– will soon find government to balance their passions [1 reference]

– Americans described as [11 subentries]

– and Constitution [6 subentries]

See Also

See also American Revolution

See also Happiness