The Black man has no rights which the White man is bound to respect. . . . He may justly and lawfully be reduced to slavery . . . and treated as an ordinary article of traffic and merchandise.—Chief Justice, Roger Brooke Taney (Dred Scott v. Sandford, 1856)
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