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Emancipate To Conduct By Anthony Lee
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Emancipate to Conduct shall take you, the reader on a journey through all facets of life, habits, passion, relationships, rejoice, happiness, maltreat, past pain and present. It takes you down the... More > path through new corridors of experiences to old doors you already know. You may see yourself, a child, family or friend as you read. It will leave you with education, emotions, uplift and innovation for the soul and mind.< Less
The Emancipation Proclamation By Abraham Lincoln
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The Emancipation Proclamation was the executive order given by US President Abraham Lincoln on the 1st of January, 1863, during the American Civil War. It proclaimed that 3.1 million of the the... More > U.S.'s 4 million slaves were to eventually be freed as Union Armies advanced, and that 50,000 of them would be freed immediately. During September the year before, Lincoln had announced the forthcoming proclamation, which would formally free all slaves in any Confederate State that did not return to the fold. Lincoln's decision was controversial, even in the North, since it granted freedom only to slaves over which the Union had no control. Though once southern slaves heard of the Proclamation, they quickly escaped in droves to the Union Army lines as the units moved South. As they advanced, thousands of slaves a day were freed until nearly the entire 4 million or so were liberated, sometime in July 1865.< Less
Ego Emancipation By Nellie Clark
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Draw me a picture with only words. Tell me you love me with just your eyes.
The Emancipation of Massachusetts (Illustrated) By Brooks Adams
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The book tells a history of Massachusetts up to the racial emancipation in the state, how the political and social environment had been developing, leading to the point where the emancipation took... More > place.< Less
The Emancipation Proclamation Text and History By The Editors
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The full text of the Emancipation Proclamation and historical data.
The Emancipation Proclamation Text and History By The Editors
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Text of The Emancipation Proclamation By The Editors
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This is the full text of the Emancipation Proclamation as signed by President Abraham Lincoln.
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This is the full text of the Emancipation Proclamation as signed by President Abraham Lincoln.
George Gissing Classics: The Emancipated By George Gissing
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The Emancipated by George Gissing is the novel which was written in the later years of the writer’s life. In the year, 1888, the author moved to Italy and he spent several months there. In the... More > year 1989, he started writing the novel “The Emancipated” and it was different from his earlier novels. The Emancipated tells a story about free thinking English expatriates. The covers every minute detail of their lives abroad and the narrative is full of descriptive details. The story is highly compelling and it keeps the readers absorbed till the very concluding part. The book is worth reading if you are interested in classic literature.< Less
The Unborn and Emancipation From the Born By Ron Henshall
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From the early teachings of the Buddha to the present day there has existed a direct method of Buddhist practice which, as well as providing the path to the emancipation from suffering, is at one and... More > the same time the goal of that path. This path/method (magga) and goal/result (phala) is the ‘unborn’ which is Nibbāna. This path of the ‘unborn’ has surfaced in the teachings that the Buddha gave to Bāhiya (Ud 1.10), in the Tathāgata-garbha literature, in Chinese Chan, Korean and Japanese Zen, Tibetan Dzogchen and at least one 21st century Theravādin Organisation. That the ‘unborn’ is ‘selfless’ leaves no gap for the criticism that some form of ātman is being imported into Buddhism.< Less