„Abraham Lincoln, in order to maintain the unity of the United Statesresorted to the use of force. so, I think Abraham Lincoln, president, is a model, is an example. AZ Quotes“

—  Zhu Rongji
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former Premier of the People's Republic of China 1928

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—  Lydia Maria Child American abolitionist, author and women's rights activist 1802 - 1880
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„Although China and United States are competitors, China and the United States are indeed partners in trade. AZ Quotes“

—  Zhu Rongji former Premier of the People's Republic of China 1928
As quoted in [http://edition.cnn.com/2001/WORLD/asiapcf/east/03/15/china.us.01/index.html Bush yet to accept Beijing invitation in CNN news (15 March, 2001).

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„Free Tibet before free trade. AZ Quotes“

—  Zhu Rongji former Premier of the People's Republic of China 1928

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„History can never be covered up. AZ Quotes“

—  Zhu Rongji former Premier of the People's Republic of China 1928
As quoted in [https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2001/04/23/china-org China.org in New Yorker (23 April, 2001).

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„Lincoln thought slavery was wrong and he did not think a vote of the people could make it right.“

—  Harry V. Jaffa American historian and collegiate professor 1918 - 2015
2000s, Interview with Peter Robinson (2009)

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„In its first sentence, the Second Continental Congress affirmed without equivocation that the idea of the ownership of some human beings by other human beings was an utter absurdity, and that to think otherwise was incompatible with reason or revelation. Thus from the outset—a year before the Declaration of Independence—the American people were committed to the antislavery cause, and to the inseparability of personal freedom and free government. The American people knew from the outset that the cause of their own freedom and that of the slaves was inseparable. This would become the message that Abraham Lincoln would bring to the American people, and to the world“

—  Harry V. Jaffa American historian and collegiate professor 1918 - 2015
2000s, God Bless America (2008), Slavery and the American Cause, Context: The Declaration of the causes and Necessity of Taking up Arms, on July 6, 1775, was the very first occasion for the American people to speak to the world with a single voice. In its first sentence, the Second Continental Congress affirmed without equivocation that the idea of the ownership of some human beings by other human beings was an utter absurdity, and that to think otherwise was incompatible with reason or revelation. Thus from the outset—a year before the Declaration of Independence—the American people were committed to the antislavery cause, and to the inseparability of personal freedom and free government. The American people knew from the outset that the cause of their own freedom and that of the slaves was inseparable. This would become the message that Abraham Lincoln would bring to the American people, and to the world, for all time.

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