Stone Collection: Volume 21 - Item 65
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65. [John William Draper], “Influence of Climate upon National Character,” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine (August 1865): 390-93.
Excerpt from a book entitled Thoughts on the Future of Civil Policy of America, in which the author makes a distinction between the stability versus immobility of democratic institutions. “In that manner alone can order and progress coexist, and the demand made by northern statesmanship with so much solicitude be satisfied. It truly affirms that there can be no real Order without Progress, and no real Progress with Order.”