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Colorado’s Red Flag Law and a poem from George Hiram Mann

Colorado’s Red Flag Law and a poem from George Hiram Mann

No man escapes When freedom fails,

 

The best men rot in filthy jails;

 

And they who cried: “Appease, Appease!”

 

Are hanged by men they tried to please.

Letter to Editor March 28, 1947, Wall Street Journal

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http://libertytree.ca/quotes/Hiram.Mann.Quote.7383

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