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Walt Whitman (1819–1892).  Prose Works. 1892.
  
III. Notes Left Over
22. The Last Collective Compaction
  
I LIKE well our polyglot construction-stamp, and the retention thereof, in the broad, the tolerating, the many-sided, the collective. All nations here—a home for every race on earth. British, German, Scandinavian, Spanish, French, Italian—papers published, plays acted, speeches made, in all languages—on our shores the crowning resultant of those distillations, decantations, compactions of humanity, that have been going on, on trial, over the earth so long.   1

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