The answer is - Emphasis
Dictionary result for emphasis
noun: emphasis; plural noun: emphases
special importance, value, or prominence given to something.
"they placed great emphasis on the individual's freedom"
synonyms: prominence, importance, significance; More
stress, weight, attention, priority, urgency, force, forcibleness, insistence, underlining, underscoring, intensity;
import, power, moment, mark, pre-eminence;
"the curriculum for 16-year-olds gave more emphasis to reading and writing"
stress given to a word or words when speaking to indicate particular importance.
"inflection and emphasis can change the meaning of what is said"
synonyms: stress, accent, accentuation, weight, force, prominence; More
"the emphasis is on the word ‘little’"
vigour or intensity of expression.
"he spoke with emphasis and with complete conviction"
Example one, with the emphasis -
GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE
The article "The" is used to signify that the Government that is made by (non-political/common) people, and only for people (and no one else). 'The' is talking about specific people. (This means people like the reader of the message)
However, without the emphasis -
GOVERNMENT OF PEOPLE, BY PEOPLE, FOR PEOPLE
This is true for any government. As far as I know, there are no governments for aliens, by aliens or of aliens. Every government is of some people, by some people, and for some people.