[Vision2020] Re: Earlier question
coffeemonkey100 at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 31 13:58:14 PDT 2004
Yes, it works both ways, just because one slave was treated well, doesn't
mean all were. Although I will let the material speak for itself and I
think that you will find the mistreatment to be the exception.
----- Original Message -----
From: "FDrom the South of Moscow Idaho" <thansen at moscow.com>
To: "Ted Ryan" <coffeemonkey100 at hotmail.com>; "Saundra Lund"
<sslund at adelphia.net>; "'Sunil Ramalingam'" <sunilramalingam at hotmail.com>;
<vision2020 at moscow.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 31, 2004 11:57 AM
Subject: Re: [Vision2020] Re: Earlier question
> By your claim, Mr. Ryan -
> If you should be so lucky as to find a reliable record reflecting humane
> treatment of one slave, we can assume that not all slaves were provided
> service at four-star hotels, like the Jews at the Auschwitz Hilton?
> Tom "I am" Hansen
> > Given that a few people have looked in the archives and haven't found
> > list, it may be that I saw the list somewhere else led to it by someone
> > here. I will find it and post it.
> > I have not read Mr. Douglas's works so I don't have much of a comment
> > that, but certainly that would be relevant and considered. No one is
> > claiming all slaves were high on the hog, and if Mr. Douglas's
> > was bad it doesn't mean that everyone in turn had it rough.
> > Again, I repeat myself, I am not advocating for slavery's return, I am
> > glad as anyone it is gone. I never want to see it again.
> > Ted
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