How Democrats have been able to deceive such a large population of the current black populace into thinking their party is one of "freedom" and "liberty" is one of the great tragedies of our time.
Reading from this portion of the book, I see the words and expressions of black men wanting freedom and their white Quaker enablers--expressing their desires and willingness to stand, even if they lose, on the right side of history.
WE are on the right side of history, FRiends: in the gun debate, in the economic struggle for a smaller government, and regarding the protection of innocent unborn life.
I urge any of you who haven't read this book, do so--it is a tremendous account of the struggle for liberty, very readable even though it is over 100 years old.
Remember: this book is not imbued with the "dependence on government" notions so rampant in today's "black leadership" circles...this was written when black Americans were happy to see the formation of the Republican Party--whose primary goal, from the beginning, was to stop the Democrat party from using human beings as chattel.
Some things never change, do they?
On the link, the relevant chapter can be found on page 207 of the book.
Thanks! I’ve never read it but I’ve always been curious. It’s now on my reading list.