Sunday, March 2

Master–Slave Morality

"The master class has always declared the wars; the subject class has always fought the battles. The master class has had all to gain and nothing to lose, while the subject class has had nothing to gain and all to lose—especially their lives."
— Eugene Debs, Anti-War Speech (June 16, 1918)

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