"... and in thinking of my life, I almost forgot my liberty."
by:
Frederick Douglass
[Frederick Baily] (1818-1895), escaped slave, Abolitionist, author, editor of the North Star and later the New National Era
Source:
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, Written by Himself [1845] (Toronto: New American Library, 1968), p. 103
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Sadly, far too many among us have forgotten the meaning of Liberty and America has become one big plantation.
 -- J Carlton, Calgary     
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    A slave never forgets he is a slave.
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