The citizens of America have too much discernment to be argued into anarchy.




The citizens of America have too much discernment to be argued into anarchy.

The citizens of America have too much discernment to be argued into anarchy. --Alexander Hamilton

The citizens of America have too much discernment to be argued into anarchy; and I am much mistaken if experience has not wrought a deep and solemn conviction in the public mind that greater energy of government is essential to the welfare and prosperity of the community.

Alexander Hamilton

Year: 1787
Context: Federalist No. 26
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