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A Declaration From The Poor Oppressed People Of England

The Diggers, 1649


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Resource information:
Resource IDdiggersdeclaration1649
Resource titleA Declaration From The Poor Oppressed People Of England
Author/sourceThe Diggers
Date published 1649
Summary text/ abstractWe whose narnes are subscribed, do in the name of all the poor oppressed people in England, declare unto you, that call your selves lords of Manors, and Lords of the Land, That the earth was not made purposely for you, to be Lords of it, and we to be your Slaves, Servants, and Beggers; but it was made to be a common Livelihood to all, without respect of persons: And that your buying and selling of Land, and the Fruits of it, one to another, is The cursed thing, and was brought in by War; which hath, and still does establish murder, and theft, In the hands of some branches of Mankinde over others, which is the greatest outward burden, and unrighteous power, that the Creation groans under.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Politics, Simplicity
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