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All this has come from the social envenomation that the antebellum labor structure inflicted on this country. All societies that base their foundations on the blood, sweat and tears of the oppressed or enslaved are destined to thereafter suffer the moral, economic and cultural disease that brings, sometimes for centuries and sometimes fatally. Just take in the examples of the Roman Empire, the Third Reich and Cambodia under Pol Pot.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileA Salvation Army donation collector rings the traditional bell. At least two major Toronto malls have banned the use of the bell indoors. (Mary Altaffer/Associated Press)By CBC NewsThe ringing of Salvation Army bells has been one of the iconic sounds of the holiday season for more than 100 years in North America, but at least two of Toronto’s largest shopping malls the Eaton Centre and Fairview have silenced them because of noise complaints.Eaton Centre spokesman Brian O’Hoski points out the mall is an indoor environment with no overhead music or competing noises.A few years back, he said, management asked the Salvation Army to stop ringing the bells because of noise complaints from some of the downtown mall’s 230 tenants.Eaton Centre shoppers were surprised to hear that noise complaints could shut down the Salvation Army bells.”But it makes no sense,” said Tristan Mitchell.”It’s Christmas,” Iman Mahdi said.