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Martin, Victoria Claflin Woodhull, Mrs., 1838-1927.
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.
New York : Woodhull, Claflin & Co., 1871
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Victoria C Woodhull
|Description:||247 p. : front., port. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||God in creation, history and government --
Constitution of the United States --
First pronunciamento --
A review of the general situation --
Second pronunciamento --
The tendencies of government --
Woman's idea of government --
The limits and sphere of government --
The principles of government --
Papers on labor and capital --
Paper on finance and commerce --
The basis of physical life --
The tendencies and prophecies of the present age.
|Other Titles:||Principles of government|
|Responsibility:||by Victoria C. Woodhull.|