Who fought wearing uniforms bearing the motto “Liberty to Slaves”?

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That's a question we have perhaps all asked at some point. Painter wear 's white clothing as their preferred choice, for painters as it distinguishes them from other tradesmen and show up in case paint drops and splatters on their painters work clothing while at work.

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