Liberty Documents

In 1845, Frederick Douglass Was Surprised That Liberty, Not Slavery Created The Wealth He Saw In Slave-Free North.

From Narrative Of The Life of Frederick Douglass, A Slave. Published Boston, Mass., 1845. Page 112 The impression which I had received respecting the character and condition of the people of the north, I found to be singularly erroneous, I …

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Remember These Battles And Those Who Fought & Died To Bring Emancipation To Texas On “Juneteenth”.

Featured Image above:  Joshua Chamberlain, an anti-slavery college professor turned general leads his exhausted men in a bayonet charge at Gettysburg when they ran out of ammunition. That Civil War battle, like most, was fought after the Emancipation Proclamation of …

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How September 17 Became “Anti-Constitution Day” at Stockton University (And Almost Every College and Public School).

  In 2004, a Republican-majority Congress, with good intentions, required virtually all public schools and colleges in America to “hold an education program on the U.S. Constitution” each year on September 17. Unfortunately, Stockton University, like most public schools and …

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What Every School Should Teach on ‘Constitution Day’ Tomorrow, September 17

In 2004, President Bush and a Republican-majority Congress required every “educational institution that received Federal funds” to hold an “education program on the U.S. Constitution” each year on September 17. This law was adopted with good intentions.   The U.S. Constitution …

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