“Whereas, Slavery, throughout its entire existence in the United States is none other than a most barbarous, unprovoked, and unjustifiable War of one portion of its citizens upon another portion; the only conditions of which are perpetual imprisonment, and hopeless servitude or absolute extermination; in utter disregard and violation of those eternal and self-evident truths set forth in our Declaration of Independence.” – John Brown
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Brother John Brown nailed it.
Sounds to me like he is describing life on the modern US tax plantation.
Slavery comes in many forms. Many are sadly voluntary. Racist biggotry has too long been associated with slavery in the US. Though there is a deep history of the two intermingled. I stand as a firm believer that all who owe a debt to someone, or some entity, are slaves in one fashion or another. Often the popular action is the incorrect one.
Long live The Declaration of Independence, pray our country does not throw it aside soon.