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American Citizens compared with Slaves and Serfs

 
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07/07/2015 12:48 AM
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American Citizens compared with Slaves and Serfs
The Fugitive Slave Act was passed in 1850 to deal with the problem of runaway slaves and the weakening of a 1793 law with the same objective. All people want to keep the fruits of their labor and when this desire is violated they seek some remedy, whether it be a change in the law or a change in location. If a slave could make it to Canada he was probably safe from the slave catchers. Some northern states had laws against black people – slave or free – moving into the state, so Canada was probably the best option. If a slave could escape to a free area he could keep all his earnings since there was no income tax at the time.

Today the state of affairs is a little different. If an American citizen wants to keep all his income there is no place to escape to. If such a person moves to Switzerland, Uganda, Haiti or Antarctica the IRS wants its “share” of his income. It doesn’t matter that the person no longer lives in the US or makes any money in the US, just by virtue of citizenship, Uncle Sam wants his share.

If the plantation owner of yesteryear could somehow reap the benefits of the runaway slave’s labor no matter where he was, he would have had no incentive to capture him and bring him back. What difference would it make where he was if the “owner” still had an irrevocable claim against his productivity? The slave had an advantage over the modern counterpart if he could escape the country.

In feudal times there were serfs known as serfs “regardant” and serfs “in gross.”

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07/07/2015 03:00 AM
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Re: American Citizens compared with Slaves and Serfs
When a free person trades time and effort for money, it's an even trade.

But a slave's labor is taken by force. Therefore, any wages earned by a slave are pure profit. And taxed accordingly.
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07/07/2015 09:04 AM
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Re: American Citizens compared with Slaves and Serfs
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Re: American Citizens compared with Slaves and Serfs
I'm a US citizen





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