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A Defence for Fugitive Slaves

 Author: Lysander Spooner  Category: Other Books  File Size: 3.8 MB  Download
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Since, in Spooner’s view, slavery was both unjust and unconstitutional, men and women held in slavery had the right to flee, and other people had the right and the duty to help the runaway slaves escape to freedom. This meant violating the Fugitive Slave Acts and breaking the law, but these acts would be in the freedom-loving spirit of the Constitution.


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