Lectures on the Growth and Development of the United States: Illustrated (Classic Reprint)
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Our commerce is so valuable to them, that they will be glad to purchase it, when the only price we ask is to do us justice. I believe we have in our own hands the means of peaceable coer cion; and that the moment they see our govern ment so united as that we can make use of it, they will for their own interest be disposed to do us justice. 1 The day after his inauguration the President appointed James Madison Secretary of State; Henry Dearborn, Washington's ed. Of Jefferson's Works, vol. Iv., p. 330.
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