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Taking a few moments away from the main events of the Global Conference on Direct Democracy, an interview:
More to come.
The true and equitable law of humanity is the free exchange of service for service. Spoliation consists in destroying by force or by trickery the freedom of exchange, in order to receive a service without rendering one.
On March 8, 1775, an anonymous writer published “African Slavery in America”, the first article in the American colonies calling for the emancipation of slaves and the abolition of slavery. Some people think that Tom Paine was the author.
Other March 8 events:
In 1908, Jennings Randolph was born. Randolph was best known for sponsoring eleven times an amendment to the Constitution that would grant citizens aged between 18 and 21 the right to vote.
In 1917, seeking to limit the ability to maneuver with the filibuster, the Senate voted to establish the cloture rule.
In 1983, U.S. President Ronald Reagan called the Soviet Union an “evil empire.” He thus scored points for telling the obvious truth.