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Patrick Henry, letter to Robert Pleasants (18 January 1773)To show the world that we are not influenced by any contracted or interested motives, but a general philanthropy for all mankind, of whatever climate, language, or complexion, we hereby declare our disapprobation and abhorrence of the unnatural practice of slavery in America, however the uncultivated state of our country, or other specious arguments may plead for it, a practice founded in injustice and cruelty, and highly dangerous to our liberties, as well as our lives, debasing part of our fellow-creatures below men, and corrupting the virtue and morals of the rest; and is laying the basis of that liberty we contend for, and which we pray the Almighty to continue to the latest posterity, upon a very wrong foundationRoy Batty in Blade Runner (1982)As a class they are wanting in every qualification of a soldierJames Madison, letter to Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette (1 February 1830), regarding slavery, as quoted in The Last of the Fathers: James Madison and the Republican Legacy (1989), by Drew RRather than passively waiting to absorb attack, we needed to climb out of the trench and make the longest run across no mans land to shake the gates of hellJames Madison, Letter to Edmund Randolph (26 July 1785)Many kings have surrounded themselves with slaves, appoint slave ministers-there have even been, as with the Mamluks of Egypt, actual dynasties of slaves
I know that you feel like you’re still with Maeve, I get that, I really do, but Spencer, M View More More from DeviantArt Spencer Reid x Reader: Working LateAuthor's note: First time trying Reid (Criminal Minds)Giacomo Casanova, Memoirs of JAs to the doctrine of slavery and the right of Christians to hold Africans in perpetual servitude, and sell and treat them as we do our horses and cattle, that, it is true, has been heretofore countenanced by the Province Laws formerly, but nowhere is it expressly enacted or establishedHammond, speech in the UYou make faces at Reid as the two of you part ways.You're the newest team member, you've already been with the team for two years and you've gotten quite close to the shy genius of the teamThere is no substitute for a militant freedomA wrong does not become a right by being vestedNo bill of attainder, ex post facto law, or law denying or impairing the right of property in negro slaves shall be passedThis expresses my idea of democracyI need not have her for either
Of course he has chosen a mistress to whom he has made his vows, and who, though ugly to others, is always lovely to him; though polluted in the sight of the world, is chaste in his sight I mean the harlot, SlaveryQuotesAnd we shall join our hands when we wish, or walk alone when we so desireWhat is the true condition of the laborer? I take it that it is best for all to leave each man free to acquire property as fast as he canTHE GOVERNMENT, therefore, in the case of every individual slave, is THE REAL ENSLAVER, depriving each person enslaved of all liberty and all property, and all that makes life dear, without imputation of crime or any legal process whatsoeverI am not ashamed to confess that twenty-five years ago I was a hired laborer, mauling rails, at work on a flat-boat, just what might happen to any poor man's son! I want every man to have the chance, and I believe a black man is entitled to it, in which he can better his conditionLoss, sickness, and violenceThose who deny freedom to others, deserve it not for themselves; and, under a just God, can not long retain itAny such contract is positively null and void and the procuring and causing of such contract to be made violates these statutes
We have dehumanized the unborn and turned them into legal property to be kept or discarded at the whim of the 'owner' just as we did for blacks in the days of slavery'Inferiority' is an old dodge, as I have said; for wherever men oppress their fellows, wherever they enslave them, they will endeavor to find the needed apology for such enslavement and oppression in the character of the people oppressed and enslavedHolmes was a representative from Massachusetts from 1817 to March 15, 1820, when he resigned to attend the Maine constitutional conventionThese are not our reliance against tyranny All of those may be turned against us without making us weaker for the struggleJames Madison, letter to La Fayette (1821)Falling into the crosshairs is so much easier than falling in loveLindsay Harold, "Legal Battle over Frozen Embryos shows our Dehumanization of the Unborn" (29 April 2015), The Rational AbolitionistWashington, An Address on Abraham Lincoln before the Republican Club of New York City (12 February 1909) Chase, The Address of the Southern and Western Liberty Convention, in Anti-slavery Addresses of 1844 and 1845 by Salmon Portland Chase and Charles Dexter Cleveland, edWho cares if it's legal? I don't care if it's legal 5d8a9798ff