Anarchist to Abolitionist: A Bad Quaker's Journey

Anarchist to Abolitionist:

A Bad Quaker's Journey

By: Ben Stone


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[To be updated as new posts are made]

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Comments 2

To Ben Stone:

THANK You for making this available here on Steemit under appropriate license.

I discovered it only today, courtesy of an indirect-bounce from one of @jacobtothe's posts. Although this post is a month old, I've been able to re-steem it using eSteem Surfer, a tool I've found quite useful because it allows access to certain features that the Steemit website/platform obfuscates.

I've only read bits and bobs of your story thus far, but I expect this will make for some great bathroom and bedtime reading for sure...

I appeal to anyone discovering this post to seek means to properly reward it, though it is "expired" in Steemit terms. For example, you might use this method.


23.01.2020 00:22

Thank you for your service!

23.01.2020 16:05