Abraham Lincoln quote about slavery from State of the Union Address (1 December 1862) - 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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Abraham Lincoln quote about slavery from State of the Union Address (1 December 1862) - 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 quote about slavery from State of the Union Address (1 December 1862) - 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 quote about slavery from State of the Union Address (1 December 1862) - 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 quote about slavery from State of the Union Address (1 December 1862) - 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.