: favoring or legally permitting slavery
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- What Presidents are on Money?
- Frederick Douglass: Three-Penny Tea TaxFrederick Douglass Money Quote saying saying On July 5, 1852, in Rochester speech, "What to the slave is the 4th of July?" He asked why Americans just 76 years before risked their lives to avoid a tea tax, but thought nothing of slavery
- Debt & Payday Loans
- Publilius Syrus: Debt is Slavery of FreePublilius Syrus Money Quote saying we are free to get in over our heads and those who do can become slaves to debt, even though freedom is theirs
- Nelson Mandela: Poverty is Man MadeNelson Mandela Money Quote saying we have created poverty by our own decisions and actions and we can change those to eradicate poverty