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Quote from William Bradford,

"If all were to share alike, and all were to do alike, then all were on an equality throughout, and one was as good as another; and so, if it did not actually abolish those very relations which God himself has set among men, it did at least greatly diminish the mutual respect that is so important should be preserved amongst them. Let none argue that this is due to human failing, rather than to this communistic plan of life in itself...."


William Bradford (more quotes by William Bradford or books by/about William Bradford)

(c.1590-1657) American colonist, helped found the Plymouth Colony, signatory to the Mayflower Compact, served as Plymouth Colony Governor




Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation, 1606-1646.


Collectivism, Service, Servitude, Slavery, Commonwealth, Thanksgiving, Respect


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