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SlaverySlavery: the ownership of one person by another. Slavery has always existed in human history. Every ancient civilization, Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Asian, Greek, Roman, British, French, Spanish and American had this terrible aspect of their societies and economies. Even today it exists in different forms.
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Slavery: Letters and Speeches

by Horace Mann
The Abolition of Slavery Through the British Colonies
Slavery: The Many Faces of a Southern Institution by Peter J. Parish
Slavery from Africa to the Americas by Christine Hatt
The Abolition of Slavery the Right of the Government Under the War Power by William Loyd Garrison
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