The Legal Understanding Of Slavery

Author: Jean Allain
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0199660468
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This book examines how slavery is understood in law. It shows how the legal definition of slavery has evolved and continues to be contentious.

Legal Slavery

Author: Aspi Maneckjee
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781462825950
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Legal Slavery Divine Justice By writing this book I would like to bring to public attention and awareness that slavery is common in the 21st Century, please refer to website: ( ...

Serfdom And Slavery

Author: M. L. Bush
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317887476
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While the case studies range form classical Greece to early modern Brandenburg, and from medieval England to nineteenth-century Russia, the volume as a whole is closely integrated.

Excel Hsc Legal Studies

Author: Belinda Brassil
Publisher: Pascal Press
ISBN: 9781741251197
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Despite these declarations, which became fundamental legal principles in the
countries where they were adopted, the idea of human rights being universal was
not widely recognised. These rights only applied to citizens of nations who were
willing to proclaim and protect such rights on behalf of their citizens. They did not
apply to all members of humanity, in particular, slaves, prisoners of war or
stateless persons. The idea of national sovereignty was supreme (see Section
1.10). Thus ...

Neither Fugitive Nor Free

Author: Edlie L. Wong
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814794556
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Studies lawsuits to gain freedom for slaves on the grounds of their having traveled to free territory, starting with Somerset v.

The Laws Of Slavery In Texas

Author: Randolph B. Campbell
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 0292782780
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history of slavery in the United States has been the subject of hundreds of works
over the years, but with the important exception of Randolph B. Campbell's 1989
groundbreaking book, the literature on the history of slavery in Texas is sparse.
The sparseness is particularly evident in the area of slave law. Most works on the
legal dimensions of slavery focus heavily on the Old South, and Texas law is
discussed either briefly or not at all. National scholars no doubt have paid scant ...

Slavery The Law

Author: Paul Finkelman
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1461642345
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Central to the development of the American legal system, writes Professor Finkelman in Slavery & the Law, is the institution of slavery.

The Anti Slavery Project

Author: Joel Quirk
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 9780812205640
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In The Anti-Slavery Project, historian and human rights expert Joel Quirk examines the evolution of political opposition to slavery from the mid-eighteenth century to the present day.

Child Slavery Now

Author: Gary Craig
Publisher: Policy Press
ISBN: 1847426093
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Indeed, children have often been 'born into' slavery, that is, regarded as the
possession of a slave owner from birth. Equally, practices of selling children into
slavery for economic reasons have been ubiquitous over time and across
different countries and cultures. The phenomenon of 'child slavery' has been
persistent, even after the formal international legal abolition of slavery in the 19th
century in most parts of the world. 'Modern' forms of child slavery may include, for
example, ...

Slavery And Anti Slavery

Author: William Goodell
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If, as he decided, slavery could not legally exist in England, without positive
enactment, how could it exist in these Colo nies, under the same jurisdiction, and
the same common law, without positive enactment ? Was Slavery legalized by
the Declaration of American Independence, proclaiming that "all men are created
equal ?" On the contrary, if there had been any legal slavery then existing in the
Colonies, would not that unanimous Declaration of the Colonies have abolished