NEW YORK: 1848
AND THAT WAS WHEN SUSAN B. ANTHONY TOOK CHARGE OF HER RIGHTS. NOT JUST FOR HER, BUT FOR EVEY WOMAN OUT THERE
I cannot believe the nerve of those men, kicking me out like that. I have a voice too! They'll rue the day they messed with the likes of me...
The times are a changing, that's for sure...
Agreed, they should be sent back to where they belong!
I say we start our own party. Those immigrants are up here stealing our jobs and lively hoods!
I'm sick and tired of doing all the work for the white folks! They say they want to end our suffering yet, ain't nothings happening!
To be a freedman...what a dream
No-one will stop us from getting the money we've earned! Not even those stupid abolitionists! King Cotton forever!
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