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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • "Oh, that coat is not his own idea; it is the Republic’s, which deputed David [*] to devise a uniform for the Academicians."
  • Will you believe the government of a republic, a kingdom, and an empire?
  • Take the Republic for a tutor; let us return with renewed strength to the battle-field, and I promise you 500,000 soldiers, another Marengo, and a second Austerlitz.
  • …that all these old podestas, these ancient condottieri,—for the Cavalcanti have commanded armies and governed provinces,—my opinion, I say, is, that they have buried their millions in corners, the secret of which they have transmitted only to their eldest sons, who have done the same from generation to generation; and the proof of this is seen in their yellow and dry appearance, like the florins of the republic, which, from being constantly gazed upon, have become reflected in them.

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  • The United States and each of its states are republics.
  • A republic is a particular type of democracy.

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