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The Slave Trade Domestic and Foreign Why It Exists, And How It May Beextinguished

By Carey, Henry Charles

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Title: The Slave Trade Domestic and Foreign Why It Exists, And How It May Beextinguished  
Author: Carey, Henry Charles
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Language: English
Subject: Political science., Economics and literature, Economic & political studies series
Collections: Economics Publications Collection
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Publisher: Archive for the History of Economic Thought

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Preface: The subject discussed in the following pages is one of great importance, and especially to the people of this country. The views presented for consideration, both as regards the cause of evil and the mode of cure; but it does not follow necessarily that they are not correct, - as the reader may readily satisfy himself by reflecting upon the fact, that there is scarcely an opinion he now holds, that has not, and at no very distant period, been deemed quite as heretical as any here advanced. In reflecting upon them, and upon the facts by which they are supported, he is requested to bear in mind that the latter are, with very few exceptions, drawn from writers holding views directly opposed to those of the author of this volume; and not therefore to be suspected of any exaggeration of the injurious effects of the system here treated as leading to slavery, or the beneficial ones resulting from that here described as tending to establish perfect and universal freedom of thought, speech, action and trade.

Table of Contents
Contents Chapter Page I. The Wide Extent of Slavery 5 II. Of Slavery in the British Colonies 8 III. Of Slavery in the United States 15 IV. Of Emancipation in the British Colonies 21 V. How Man Passes From Poverty and Slavery Toward Wealth and Freedom. 35 VI. How Wealth Tends to Increase. 43 VII. How Labour Acquires Value and man Becomes Free 52 VIII. How Man Passes From Wealth and Freedom Towards Poverty and Slavery 62 IX. How Slavery Grew, and How it is Now Maintained, in the West Indies. 74 X. How Slavery Grew and is Now maintained in the United States. 95 XI. How Slavery Grows in Portugal and Turkey 117 XII. How Slavery Grows in India. 130 XIII. How Slavery Grows in Ireland and Scotland. 174 XIV. How Slavery Grows in England. 209 XV. How Can Slavery be Extinguished? 294 XVI. How Freedom Grew in Northern Germany. 308 XVII. How Freedom Grows in Russia. 326 XVIII. How Freedom Grows in Denmark. 340 XIX. How Freedom Grows in Spain and Belgium. 350 XX. Of the Duty of the People of the United States. 363 XXI. Of the Duty of the People of England. 396

 

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