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America has been called a proud and arrogant.—It may be, but she does not show i[cut away] in her criticisms or ^drama or literature.— ^It is indirect, and therefore more effective Day by day and hou[cut away] by hour, in [illegible] tragedy and comedy, in picture and print, in every eimportation of art and literature, ^letters, she she submits to one ceaseless steady stretch flow of discrepancy and one supercilious and ceaseless [cut away]

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