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Slavery By Molly Cutpurse
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Love is vulnerability. Love screams. Unrequited love destroys. Love is pain. Love is eternal. We hang on to love. We hang on for love. We exist with the absence of love. Occasionally, love is so very... More > close that we can touch it. We feed love. Love feeds us. Sometimes love rules us. Never the opposite. Love is nuits blanches. Sometimes love pulls us apart until death. Sometimes it loves us back. In all its forms, to love is painful. We serve the one we love. We become its slave. Paul was one such slave.< Less
SLAVERY By WILLIAM E. CHANNING
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The first question to be proposed by a rational being is, not what is profitable, but what is Right. Duty must be primary, prominent, most conspicuous, among the objects of human thought and pursuit.... More > If we cast it down from its supremacy, if we inquire first for our interests and then for our duties, we shall certainly err. We can never see the Right clearly and fully, but by making it our first concern. No judgment can be just or wise, but that which is built on the conviction of the paramount worth and importance of Duty. This is the fundamental truth, the supreme law of reason; and the mind, which does not start from this in its inquiries into human affairs, is doomed to great, perhaps fatal error.< Less
The Fugitive Slave Law and It's Victims (Illustrated) By American Anti-Slavery Society
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The Fugitive Slave Law was enacted by Congress in September, 1850, received the signature of HOWELL COBB, [of Georgia,] as Speaker of the House of Representatives, of WILLIAM R. KING, [of Alabama,]... More > as President of the Senate, and was "approved," September 18th, of that year, by MILLARD FILLMORE, Acting President of the United States. The authorship of the Bill is generally ascribed to James M. Mason, Senator from Virginia. Before proceeding to the principal object of this tract, it is proper to give a synopsis of the Act itself, which was well called, by the New York _Evening Post_, "An Act for the Encouragement of Kidnapping." It is in ten sections.< Less
Antebellum Slavery By Gary Lee Roper
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The most unique book written on slavery today; the author follows the antiquity of slavery, from Plato and Aristotle's views, from a Biblical basis, and describes what the greatest theologians have... More > written about the institution. He uses the accounts of geographer, Conrad Malte Brun, (1775-1826) to show that at the height of the slave trade 60 million Africans were slaves in Africa! Sharing with the reader the depravity of the African Kings who were the real "slave catchers," Roper theorizes that for those surviving the Atlantic crossing, life actually improved if they landed in the American South. He questions why the South receives the lion's share of criticism when probably the most benign form of slavery in history existed there. Some of the contents of the book are shocking. He castigates those who apologize for slavery, while anyone can go to Haiti and obtain a child slave. He reports that slavery in its harshest form exists in at least 16 countries today.< Less
Antebellum Slavery By Gary Lee Roper
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The most unique book written on slavery today; the author follows the antiquity of slavery, from Plato and Aristotle's views, from a Biblical basis, and describes what the greatest theologians have... More > written about the institution. He uses the accounts of geographer, Conrad Malte Brun, (1775-1826) to show that at the height of the slave trade 60 million Africans were slaves in Africa! Sharing with the reader the depravity of the African Kings who were the real "slave catchers," Roper theorizes that for those surviving the Atlantic crossing, life actually improved if they landed in the American South. He questions why the South receives the lion's share of criticism when probably the most benign form of slavery in history existed there. Some of the contents of the book are shocking. He castigates those who apologize for slavery, while anyone can go to Haiti and obtain a child slave. He reports that slavery in its harshest form exists in at least 16 countries today.< Less
Vampire Slavery By Sheila L. Yarborough
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Vampire Slavery is a unique story filled with action and emotion. Cheetah learns the true meaning of love when she rescues her scorned lover at the terrible cost of slavery. Will Cheetah escape this... More > world of vampire slavery, lust, and violence? Will she win back her scorned lover’s heart? Or is she destined to leave this world the way she entered it? A Slave! Quote from the Vampire Cheetah "I believed vampires didn't have souls. I came close enough to death to know. In the end, that all we do have." Visit the author http://slypublishing.com< Less
Slavery Unshackled By Frank R. Morris
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This historical novel describes the stories of two black slaves during the 1840's in Kentucky. Lucy, a black housekeeper, was raped by her 'owner' William Hamilton. She stabbed and killed him. ... More > Pregnant with Hamilton's baby, she was allowed to stay alive until she weaned the child. This is a poignant story of the cruelty of slavery, and the beauty of friendship and love.< Less
Slavery Unshackled By Frank R. Morris
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This historical novel describes the stories of two black slaves during the 1840's in Kentucky. Lucy, a black housekeeper, was raped by her 'owner' William Hamilton. She stabbed and killed him. ... More > Pregnant with Hamilton's baby, she was allowed to stay alive until she weaned the child. This is a poignant story of the cruelty of slavery, and the beauty of friendship and love.< Less
Act of Slavery By John Silver
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A mutated virus, infecting mostly men, turns them into submissive masochists, in need of domination and control. To prevent them being exploited a new law makes regulated slavery possible in 2095.... More > From then on male slaves are feminised, dressed as maids because it calms them down to be transvestites, or humiliates them, and not forgetting the rare women used as slaves. The two Alans, Denis, David and Gloria experience chastity devices, become sexual slaves required to please whoever their owner hires them to, and for their punishment and discipline, learn obedience as they are strapped, whipped, hit with crops and wooden spoons, and paddled into shape as slaves. Whilst some are treated like goods, other slaves slip through the loophole and are imported as human animals, subject only to animal cruelty laws. Do the ponies get a better ride?< Less
Act of Slavery By John Silver
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A mutated virus, infecting mostly men, turns them into submissive masochists, in need of domination and control. To prevent them being exploited a new law makes regulated slavery possible in 2095.... More > From then on male slaves are feminised, dressed as maids because it calms them down to be transvestites, or humiliates them, and not forgetting the rare women used as slaves. The two Alans, Denis, David and Gloria experience chastity devices, become sexual slaves required to please whoever their owner hires them to, and for their punishment and discipline, learn obedience as they are strapped, whipped, hit with crops and wooden spoons, and paddled into shape as slaves. Whilst some are treated like goods, other slaves slip through the loophole and are imported as human animals, subject only to animal cruelty laws. Do the ponies get a better ride?< Less