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There’s a really great documentary called ‘Many Rivers,’ which documents the totality of slavery from its inception, and then it gives you a little history on how America came to prominence. It’s crazy – the first black man to actually step foot in America came as a free man, as an explorer, with the Spaniards.
I am a free man. I feel at home everywhere in Europe.
The appeal of conservatism is the mutuality it asserts between individual and political freedom, its beautiful idea of a free man in a free society. And it offers minorities the one thing they can never get from liberalism: human rather than racial dignity.
With free market and free man, if you remove one of them, it is not called capitalism in my dictionary.
I’m not a communist or social democrat or anything else. I’m a free man.
I am a free man.
It’s crazy: the first black man to actually step foot in America came as a free man, as an explorer, with the Spaniards. That’s something for me – as a black American, it gives me a little bit of pride because we were free and respected somewhere else before slavery became what it was.
To give up the task of reforming society is to give up one’s responsibility as a free man.
Without a free man, there is no free market. That’s called exploitation.