American Literature and The Free Inhabitant
An acquaintance of recent got me thinking about American literature and that stimulated a new search!
Date: 7/12/2015 9:17:13 PM ( 6 y ) ... viewed 700 times
While researching "free inhabitant" musicians4freedom (the link that is connected to the following quote) got my attention:
"The taxpayer; that´s someone who works for the federal government, but doesn´t have to take a civil service examination." Ronald Reagan
Then I discovered ItsAMoneything.com!
"The upper class keeps all of the money and pays none of the taxes. The middle class pays all of the taxes, does all of the work. The poor are there just to scare the shit out of the middle class." — George Carlin
"In America, there are two tax systems: one for the informed and one for the uninformed. Both are legal.
"... nobody owes any public duty to pay more than the law demands" — Judge Learned Hand
Back to "free inhabitant" - I was searching to see whether the results include any short stories about "free inhabitants". I didn't see any. Now I'm thinking that American short stories that were written between 1776 and at least September 17, 1787 will be stories of those free inhabitants.
Discovered the Bibliography of American Literature (BAL) however it is mostly accessible by membership and BAL prefers that via a library.
I'd consider that to be a scholarly resource.
In the meanwhile I have this list to work with:
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