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In the mid-1800s, Charles Stone and Andre Kelsey began enslaving the Native American Pomo of Clearlake, Calif.
But the process would take a little time; central banks will not want to appear too enslaved to the markets.
When people celebrate monuments to an army put together to keep you enslaved.
Waging war against people already enslaved by an authoritarian government punishes them unjustly—that would have been an easy point score in front of a UN audience.
According to Harvard Law Today, university officials have unveiled a plaque honoring the African-Americans enslaved by one of the school’s early benefactors.
Black people are probably tired of getting shot in the streets and being enslaved by the industrial prison complex.
In the first two years of the war, Lincoln floated other racist compromises, including preserving slavery until 1900, offering compensation to slaveholders (not to enslaved people), and attempting to have black people emigrate out of the country.
In his imaginary world, leaders of an ignoble nation begin to enslave children, and this atrocity sets off a world war in which millions perish.
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