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absolute forms absolute governments absolute monarchies abuse of power action adopted anarchy applied Calhoun character compromise concurrent majority condition Confederacy conflicting interests Congress Constitution and government constitutional governments construction Convention danger Declaration delegated democratic disbursements DISQUISITION ON GOVERNMENT effect elected equal existence favor federacy Federalist force former government is ordained guard hence honors and emoluments independent individual influence Iroquois Confederacy James Madison John John Caldwell Calhoun latter liberty liberum veto means ment minority monarchy munity nature necessarily necessary necessity negative power Nullification numerical majority object oppression and abuse ordained and established Ordinance of Nullification origin party patricians perfect plebeians political popular government portion possession powers of government preserve President prevent principle proper protection ratified regarded resistance respective result right of suffrage Roman Republic sense social contract social feelings society South Carolina sovereign sovereign communities stitution struggle sufficient taxes tion Union United veto violence whole community