William Lloyd Garrison Quote

Unhappily, to borrow the words of Ganganelli, a large majority of mankind are "mere abortions": calling themselves rational and intelligent beings, they act as if they had neither brains nor conscience, and as if there were no God, no accountability, no heaven, no hell, no eternity.


Introductory Remarks - Thoughts on African Colonization (1832)

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Unhappily, to borrow the words of Ganganelli, a large majority of mankind are mere abortions: calling themselves rational and intelligent beings,...

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Unhappily, to borrow the words of Ganganelli, a large majority of mankind are mere abortions: calling themselves rational and intelligent beings,...

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Unhappily, to borrow the words of Ganganelli, a large majority of mankind are mere abortions: calling themselves rational and intelligent beings,...

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Unhappily, to borrow the words of Ganganelli, a large majority of mankind are mere abortions: calling themselves rational and intelligent beings,...