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Should the founding fathers general elitism and indifference to the rights of people women African Americans and Indians be held against them or should they be viewed with some understanding?

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2005-11-22 15:08:50
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the founding fathers were neither elitist nor indifferent to people's rights. the better question is whether your teacher's elitism and hatred of the principles of republican self government and individual liberty should be held against her or should she be viewed with understanding? Michael Montagne

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