a constant threat the Democracy. Even in the States that it had been abolished (States of the North), still three serious preconceptions lasted: the Mr., of the race and of the white. This meant that the black could be free, but could not partilhar of the rights, nor of the pleasures, nor of the forms of work, nor of pains and not even the sepulture of whom of who he was declared equal, that is, the black would like if to confuse with the European and could not. The indian, until certain point, could, but he disdained of the idea to try. At last, the servility of delivered it slavery to it and the pride I give to another one the death.
I want to stand out that as much this servile condition of the black as the destination the death of the indian had been imposed and uncosteded conditions for that if they judged to belong the superior civilization. Under another prism, as well as Tocqueville, I do not raise the flag of that the American model of Democracy must all be adopted in the remaining portion of the world. However, she is necessary to say that U.S.A. had opposed the thesis of Montesquieu of that democratic government would only give certain in small States that had the dimension of the Modern States the trend would be always the installation of Monarchies absolutists. Finally, coaduno with the ideas of Tocqueville, that is, the democratic process in America was supported for the Federalizao; good laws; good habits and customs and the union of the spirit of freedom with the religious spirit. Moreover, the predominance of the popular will, through the direct participation in the governmental decisions and the administrative decentralization explains, finally, the reinforcement of the Democracy in the United States of America. On the other hand, I consider I exaggerate that to diminish the power and the independence of the magistrates one is attacking the democratic Republic. The only power that must continue absolute is the sovereign will of the collective. The Liberal Order vivified by the American citizens and its formation in society, its history, its geography, its culture its politics.