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; 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.
Context: Federalist No. 26
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