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The origin, tendencies and principles of government: or, A review of the rise and fall of nations from early historic times to the present: with special considerations regarding the future of the United States as the representative government of the world and the form of administration which will secure this consummation. Also, papers on human equality, as represented by labor and its representative, money: and the meaning and significance of life from a scientific standpoint, with its prophecies for the great future.

Title:The origin, tendencies and principles of government: or, A review of the rise and fall of nations from early historic times to the present: with special considerations regarding the future of the United States as the representative government of the world and the form of administration which will secure this consummation. Also, papers on human equality, as represented by labor and its representative, money: and the meaning and significance of life from a scientific standpoint, with its prophecies for the great future.
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Note:New York, Woodhull, Claflin & Co., 1871
  
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