Ten Reasons To noT abolish slaveRy

Some slavery is a necessary evil. Slavery has always existed. New slave owners would just take over. Slaves cannot provide for themselves. Slavery is good for the economy. Freedom is less predictable than slavery. Abolition would cause bloodshed. Freed slaves would run amuck and cause great harm. Abolition is foolish and utopian. It is better to practice a form of limited slavery. Today, these reasons or very similar ones are used by opponents of a different form of abolitionism: that government as we know it—territorially monopolistic and individually nonconsensual rule by an armed group that demands obedience and payment of taxes—be abolished. Individuals should decide whether the foregoing reasons are more compelling in this regard to our new abolitionism and ask on which side of history will they be.
The DFW Alliance of the Libertarian Left http://dallas.libertarianleft.org/

Ten Reasons To noT abolish slaveRy
Some slavery is a necessary evil. Slavery has always existed. New slave owners would just take over. Slaves cannot provide for themselves. Slavery is good for the economy. Freedom is less predictable than slavery. Abolition would cause bloodshed. Freed slaves would run amuck and cause great harm. Abolition is foolish and utopian. It is better to practice a form of limited slavery. Today, these reasons or very similar ones are used by opponents of a different form of abolitionism: that government as we know it—territorially monopolistic and individually nonconsensual rule by an armed group that demands obedience and payment of taxes—be abolished. Individuals should decide whether the foregoing reasons are more compelling in this regard to our new abolitionism and ask on which side of history will they be.
The DFW Alliance of the Libertarian Left http://dallas.libertarianleft.org/

Ten Reasons To noT abolish slaveRy
Some slavery is a necessary evil. Slavery has always existed. New slave owners would just take over. Slaves cannot provide for themselves. Slavery is good for the economy. Freedom is less predictable than slavery. Abolition would cause bloodshed. Freed slaves would run amuck and cause great harm. Abolition is foolish and utopian. It is better to practice a form of limited slavery. Today, these reasons or very similar ones are used by opponents of a different form of abolitionism: that government as we know it—territorially monopolistic and individually nonconsensual rule by an armed group that demands obedience and payment of taxes—be abolished. Individuals should decide whether the foregoing reasons are more compelling in this regard to our new abolitionism and ask on which side of history will they be.
The DFW Alliance of the Libertarian Left http://dallas.libertarianleft.org/

Ten Reasons To noT abolish slaveRy
Some slavery is a necessary evil. Slavery has always existed. New slave owners would just take over. Slaves cannot provide for themselves. Slavery is good for the economy. Freedom is less predictable than slavery. Abolition would cause bloodshed. Freed slaves would run amuck and cause great harm. Abolition is foolish and utopian. It is better to practice a form of limited slavery. Today, these reasons or very similar ones are used by opponents of a different form of abolitionism: that government as we know it—territorially monopolistic and individually nonconsensual rule by an armed group that demands obedience and payment of taxes—be abolished. Individuals should decide whether the foregoing reasons are more compelling in this regard to our new abolitionism and ask on which side of history will they be.
The DFW Alliance of the Libertarian Left http://dallas.libertarianleft.org/

Ten Reasons To noT abolish slaveRy
Some slavery is a necessary evil. Slavery has always existed. New slave owners would just take over. Slaves cannot provide for themselves. Slavery is good for the economy. Freedom is less predictable than slavery. Abolition would cause bloodshed. Freed slaves would run amuck and cause great harm. Abolition is foolish and utopian. It is better to practice a form of limited slavery. Today, these reasons or very similar ones are used by opponents of a different form of abolitionism: that government as we know it—territorially monopolistic and individually nonconsensual rule by an armed group that demands obedience and payment of taxes—be abolished. Individuals should decide whether the foregoing reasons are more compelling in this regard to our new abolitionism and ask on which side of history will they be.
The DFW Alliance of the Libertarian Left http://dallas.libertarianleft.org/

Ten Reasons To noT abolish slaveRy
Some slavery is a necessary evil. Slavery has always existed. New slave owners would just take over. Slaves cannot provide for themselves. Slavery is good for the economy. Freedom is less predictable than slavery. Abolition would cause bloodshed. Freed slaves would run amuck and cause great harm. Abolition is foolish and utopian. It is better to practice a form of limited slavery. Today, these reasons or very similar ones are used by opponents of a different form of abolitionism: that government as we know it—territorially monopolistic and individually nonconsensual rule by an armed group that demands obedience and payment of taxes—be abolished. Individuals should decide whether the foregoing reasons are more compelling in this regard to our new abolitionism and ask on which side of history will they be.
The DFW Alliance of the Libertarian Left http://dallas.libertarianleft.org/

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