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Scruples seem scarce

Scruples (inner desires to avoid doing wrong) seem scarce in today’s society. Without scruples, people do whatever they want with little regard for ethics or honesty. This basic principle of life, “Don’t do things you shouldn’t do,” seems to have … Continue reading

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Tennessee’s Abolitionist Newspaper — The Emancipator

Here’s a little known fact of American history and black history.  In the early 1800s there was an abolitionist movement in East Tennessee. Elihu Embree even started an anti-slavery newspaper, The Emancipator,  around 1820. Because of stiff opposition the movement … Continue reading

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