“There must be no concessions to the enemy. When a man is allowed to speak because he is rich and…”

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“There must be no concessions to the enemy. When a man is allowed to speak because he is rich and powerful, it aggravates the crime of denying the right to the poor and humble.”

Frederick Douglass, “Plea for Free Speech in Boston (1880)”

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