Of One Blood: Abolition and the Origins of Racial Equality

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My copy arrived this afternoon:

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4 Responses to Of One Blood: Abolition and the Origins of Racial Equality

  1. GonerWithTheWind says:

    “By insisting on their inherent equality, by acknowledging and explaining black deficiencies as the result of slavery and persisting white prejudice afterward …” p. 3 “Of One Blood: Abolitionism and the Origins of Racial Equality” by Paul Goodmanhttp://books.google.com/books?id=ju7ImUcy8U8C&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false
    Blacks will always insist that they are biologically equal (or even superior) to White Europeans and East Asians … and the blacks will always find gullible non-black allies. The Quakers of the nineteenth century and the Jews of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries are the worst of the liberals.
    “Liberals are Marxists without the courage of their convictions.” – Harold Covington
    “We have judged the content of their character – and it sucks.” – Joe Adams, The White Voice
    http://thewhitevoice.com/
    We need our two best allies: guns and free speech.

  2. Fr. John+ says:

    I wonder how a person can quote a supposed verse from Holy Scripture, in an analysis of the genetic, chromasomal, skeletal, and cranial differences between Negroids and Humans, and gain any credibility… unless such ‘egalitarian nonsense’ is ALREADY the de facto ‘religion’ of the masses of Yankee Supremacists, and Abolitionist wack-o’s.

    As a number of sources have noted, ‘this verse is missing in the best manuscripts’ as well. If liberals can dispense with I John 5:8, I think we can dismiss this equally ‘suspect’ verse. Except for the fact, that the I John corroborates Chalcedonian Christianity, whereas Acts 17:26 merely corroborates….. Ken Ham?

  3. Earl Butz says:

    Author Paul Goodman was a bi-sexual New York Jew & anarchist.

  4. Earl Butz says:

    Paul Goodman, the radical Jew author died in 1972. Another Paul Goodman, who wrote the book you are reviewing died in 1995. Anyway they are both dead.

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