Abraham Lincoln - State of the Union Address - In a certain sense the liberation of slaves is the destruction of property—property acquired by descent or by purchase, the same as any other property.
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In a certain sense the liberation of slaves is the destruction of property—property acquired by descent or by purchase, the same as any other property.

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1 December 1862
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Abraham Lincoln - State of the Union Address - In a certain sense the liberation of slaves is the destruction of property—property acquired by descent or by purchase, the same as any other property.
Abraham Lincoln - State of the Union Address - In a certain sense the liberation of slaves is the destruction of property—property acquired by descent or by purchase, the same as any other property.
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