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give equal rights to

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free from slavery or servitude

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Now in a second edition with a new introduction by author Jeffrey Rogers Hummel (Professor of Economics, San Jose State University) and a foreword by Civil War historian John Majewski, Emancipating Slaves, Enslaving Free Men: A History of the American Civil War offers an exhaustive overview of the American Civil War as well as a close examination of the war's impact upon American society.
We do have a high incidence of out-of-wedlock pregnancy for our emancipating teens, and 40% do not finish high school.
NGOs," Grunberg concludes, "are busy helping women but not emancipating them.
Leaving aside the important issue of whether consumerism might itself be emancipating, it's more than a tad unconvincing to argue that Henry Ford plotted to increase "consumerism, individualism, anomie, community disintegration and the power of markets.
He said: "On December 31, 1999, my publishing contract with Warner-Chappell expired, thus emancipating the name I was given before birth - Prince - from all long-term restrictive documents.
Item XX deals with issues of confidentiality in general and for minors in particular, clarifying the status of emancipated minors and the emancipating situation.
Their specific topics include the archaeologist's role in cultural property claims, lingering legacies of colonial archaeology, giving the past back, the effects of archaeology as a business with a market, the influence of ethics on capitalism, sustainable heritage under interpretation, forcing politics into public historical memory, the destruction of the record of women, and the possibilities of an emancipating archaeology.
It's about emancipating the artists and teaching them that they can have thriving careers without jumping through hoops and having to cater to major label agendas," says Alexander, who plans to have 30,000 subscribers (or artists) on board by mid-2006.
There is no excuse when dealing with young people who will be emancipating at age 18.
As Secretary of State William Seward scornfully said the day following its issuance: "We show our sympathy with slavery by emancipating slaves where we cannot reach them, and holding them in bondage where we can set them free.
The last four chapters (5-8) reveal how, in the declining agro-export society, the Afro-Cuban population, recognizing their needs for emancipating and their right for political equality in Cuban society, reorganized and strengthened their mutual-aid associations by uniting themselves politically as Afro-Cubans.
As Neely puts it, "Before the war no prominent Republican, least of all Lincoln, believed that Congress could pass a law emancipating the slaves in any state.