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Democracy

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Parent Issue
Day
9
Month
March
Year
1842
Copyright
Public Domain
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We are somelimea metby sornc acute controversialist with the )üsitiüii, that we have no right to discuss slavcry, because the Constitution recognizes it. Su()po8e we admit it, what then? May we not discuss our own constitution - aye,and alter or amead it in any way we please? But Democracy goes farlher and forbids us to talk about any thing relating to slavery in any way. The Wash ington Globe has the following, which we publieh for the benefit of the party in this State, who will not dare to di'sobey order from head quarters. "The Djüiocratic doctrine denies the right of any interference, by DISCUS SlON, or otherwise, on the part of Con gress, upon matters pertainittg to domesti insliiutions"(L7"-Nothing can be politically right, that is morally wrcnj; aDü úo necessity can evcr sanctify a law, that is cofltrary lo

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Signal of Liberty
Old News