James Fenimore Cooper Quote

One of the most melancholy consequences of this habit of deferring to other nations, and to other systems, is the fact that it causes us to undervalue the high blessings we so peculiarly enjoy; to render us ungrateful towards God, and to make us unjust to our fellow men, by throwing obstacles in their progress towards liberty.


A Letter to His Countrymen (1834)

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One of the most melancholy consequences of this habit of deferring to other nations, and to other systems, is the fact that it causes us to...

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One of the most melancholy consequences of this habit of deferring to other nations, and to other systems, is the fact that it causes us to...

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One of the most melancholy consequences of this habit of deferring to other nations, and to other systems, is the fact that it causes us to...

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One of the most melancholy consequences of this habit of deferring to other nations, and to other systems, is the fact that it causes us to...