Treatise - Society of Slaves and Freedmen

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Today, the people of America feel as though they are being bombarded with commands on how they are to act, and what acts they are to refrain from doing. The rightness or wrongness of acts that are not specifically addressed in the volumes of written rules may be determined by someone commissioned by a “superior” authority in a court of equity. There is a belief held by many that whatever one receives for his work or industry is to be shared with a “superior” authority in the form of taxation. Why do these presumptions prevail in America? Do we understand the legal language being used? Why do penal statutes generally refer to persons? Why do legal actions or complaints refer to the defendants as residents? Why do income tax statutes and regulations refer to individuals? Could it be that taxes, as well as positive law and equity, are designed for slaves, emancipated slaves, or other entities created by the State?
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September 29, 2011
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