The Price of Compromise - #554



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On January 19, 1861, U.S. marshals arrested Lucy Bagby, a black teenager living in Cleveland, Ohio. Born into slavery, Lucy’s only crime was seeking liberty in a free state. Although slavery had been illegal in Ohio since 1802, the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 required all law enforcement officials in the United States to arrest freedom-seeking slaves.

Lucy was just one of many victims of the compromise with the evil of slavery. In today's episode of The Daily Objective, Nikos & Brandon Lisi will discuss the importance of moral principles and how any compromise on them will only lead to more misery.

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The American Revolution by Joanne Freeman: https://oyc.yale.edu/history/hist-116

America's Revolutionary Mind by C. Bradley Thompson: http://cbradleythompson.com/americas-revolutionary-mind/

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