|As a matter of historical perspective, here are three points.
I. Toryism infilitrated America. Toryism is a pro-monarchy, pro-nobility, pro-aristocracy, anti-serf, anti-peasant, anti-worker, classist attitude. In America's early history, it led to slavery, and in turn to the Civil War. For background, see the abolitionist book by Edward C. Rogers, Letters on Slavery Addressed to the Pro-slavery Men of America, Showing Its Illegality in All Ages and Nations: Its Destructive War Upon Society and Government, Morals and Religion (Boston: Bela Marsh, 1855), p 60 [references]. This traces the Toryism attitude and resistance against it, back hundreds or thousands of years.
II. “The civilized have created the wretched, quite coldly and deliberately, and do not intend to change the status quo; are responsible for their slaughter and enslavement; rain down bombs on defenseless children whenever and wherever they decide that their 'vital interests' are menaced, and think nothing of torturing a man to death: these people are not to be taken seriously when they speak of the 'sanctity' of human life, or the 'conscience' of the civilized world.”—James Baldwin.
III. Rev. Theodore Weld's 1837 anti-slavery explanatory book (The Bible Against Slavery (New York: American Anti-Slavery Society, 1837)) at 72, 88, 122, 124, 125, and 132, provides an agrarian perspective from the point of view of Ancient Biblical Israel with its agrarian system of laws and economics that precluded Toryism, thus precluded abuses including poverty. . For a lecture on this type systemic economic aspects, hear Jack Clark, Esq., Christian Economics. For more background, click here and here.