aquot;The man who will not strike back is the only man who cannot be conquered, and the treatment of him becomes an insoluble problem for the tyrant. ... but Crosbya#39;s temperament inclined him more to aquot;ineffectual talkaquot; and honeyed writing than to manual labor, as a short ... unsophisticated directness and simplicity. A wealthy land owner watched from the comfort of his veranda as his hired hands worked.
|Title||:||Proceedings of the New York State Historical Association|
|Author||:||New York State Historical Association|