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As we drive down the freeways, we see the new cars, but not the massive new-car loans that enslave their drivers to the banks.

GERRY SPENCE, Give Me Liberty!

Once slavery in America was not seen as radical. It became, instead, a revolutionary idea that slaves should be freed. When we have lived under a pernicious power long enough, no matter how oppressive, we grow so accustomed to the yoke that its removal seems frightening, even wrong.

GERRY L. SPENCE, From Freedom to Slavery

The law understands the implacable nature of prejudice. It acknowledges that prejudiced judges ought not sit on a given case, although most prejudiced judges are too prejudiced to recognize or admit their prejudice and to remove themselves. To get a prejudiced judge off a case is like prying a tooth out of a rabid gorilla.

GERRY L. SPENCE, How to Argue and Win Every Time

Arguments do not erase prejudice any more than arguments erase scars, whether psychological or physical.

GERRY L. SPENCE, How to Argue and Win Every Time

When we acknowledge the kingdom of the self, we will no longer accept slavery either for ourselves or for others, no matter how it is disguised.

GERRY L. SPENCE, From Freedom to Slavery


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