A Great Refusal

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solutely unlike that of the Federahsts.nThe members of that majority had nonpatience with the idea of the teleocraticnstate, even if some version of union was,nas they recognized, inevitable. For theynknew, as Archibald Maclaine insisted beforenthe entire convention, that it wasn"impossible for any man in his senses tonthink . . .

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