The Right to Enslave – Unknown, 1861
The Right to Enslave – Unknown, 1861 Liberty, it was once said, was the inalienable right of all; but men […]
In Advocacy of Enslaving the Irish – Philanthropos, 1838 (Satire)
In Advocacy of Enslaving the Irish – Philanthropos, 1838 (Satire) This article was originally titled “A Measure of Expediency”, which […]
George Fitzhugh on Race A presentation of Fitzhughian thought on race through quotations by George Fitzhugh “I verily believe there […]
George Fitzhugh on Slavery A presentation of Fitzhughian thought on slavery through quotations by George Fitzhugh “In 1764, after the […]
Interesting insights by George Fitzhugh A presentation of interesting insights through quotations by George Fitzhugh “Consciences, in the general, are […]
Twenty Points Against Abolishing Slavery – George Fitzhugh
Twenty Points Against Abolishing Slavery– George Fitzhugh, A controversy on slavery, Pages: 5-14, 1857 The 20 points are taken from […]
The World is Too Little Governed An explanation of SlaveryAdvocate.com’s Slogan “The Democratic party, purged of its radicalism and largely […]
George Fitzhugh on Economy & Class A presentation of Fitzhughian thought on class through quotations by George Fitzhugh “But to […]
George Fitzhughs’ Explanation of Post-War Thoughts Since the above was written, an editorial of the New York Commercial Advertiser has […]
George Fitzhugh on Morality & Philosophy “Man’s instincts, except that of sucking, are not born with him, but furnished to […]
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