A plague on both your houses

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April 14, 2011
by Carl Watner  
Posted in Commentary

"The experience of the Quakers proves, despite their pacific nature, the belligerents did not leave them alone (the British, in some instances being no less coercive than the Americans). The fight for exclusive jurisdiction between the British and the new United States meant there was no place for neutrality. From the very beginning, one either supported the revolutionists or became subject to fines, penalties, imprisonment or distraint of property." (04/13/11)


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