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An Old Whig write on page one of Anti-Federalist 70:

4. An Old Whig write on page one of Anti-Federalist 70: “Much as I abhor kingly government, yet I venture to pronounce, where kings are admitted to rule they should most certainly be vested with hereditary power…. To be tumbled headlong from the pinnacle of greatness and be reduce to a shadow of departed royalty, is a shock almost too great for human nature to endure.” How does he construct his argument to support this claim? What do you think of his argument?

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