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Walt Whitman: Resist much. Obey little. @TenthAmendment



Walt Whitman is known for many things, but what his statist admirers will never admit is that he was a big fan of the 10th Amendment. He lived to witness the rise of centralized government and told a cautionary tale for those who would become enslaved.

In his poem originally titled “Caution,” Whitman gave small-government Federalists the four word game plan necessary to preserve our liberties: “Resist much, obey little.”

10th Amendment Center‘s Michael Boldin breaks down the short but poignant poem as a warning to modern day Americans suffering through an ever-expanding federal government.

Walt Whitman Caution

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