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Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slav... by Frederick Douglass
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Nov 16, 09

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This book is a reminder of how precious freedom is and how horrible life is without it. Man-made laws that violate God's laws should be broken. I respect all those who fled slavery and all those who helped shelter them and brought about the change that got rid of such an atrocious abomination as slavery.

I particularly liked his condemnation of the hypocritical "Christians" that were involved in slavery.
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message 1: by Sasha (new)

Sasha So does that mean I can stop paying taxes? ;)


Zinger I had the IRS and the Federal Reserve in mind when I made the comment. My answer to you is that you will have to decide for yourself if you want to follow the 2nd and 10th planks in the Communist Manifesto.


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