"John Brown: His Fight for Freedom is my interpretation of how a man who saw violent oppression, chose to fight it, no matter the consequence. His decision to wage war on slavery in America made him an outlaw and ultimately cost him his life. We should remember John Brown because he was not afraid to fight for the freedom of an oppressed group to which he did not belong. John was not a vigilante. The goals of his crusade were never mayhem, self-glorification or personal vendetta, but freedom for all who were persecuted. It is difficult to say if his war against slavery was simply ‘right’ or ‘wrong’; ultimately, John Brown's contribution was not freedom itself, but an unbridled vision of conviction."