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Synonyms for slaveholding

the practice of owning slaves


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allowing slavery

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Abolitionist Frederick Douglass understood the compromise, saying that the three-fifths clause was "a downright disability laid upon the slaveholding states" that deprived them of "two-fifths of their natural basis of representation."
Most of the figures he studies were Democrats, and the administration of the slaveholding Whig Zachary Taylor and his northern successor Millard Fillmore, receives only cursory treatment.
Fehrenbacher has termed a 'slaveholding republic." To posit, as Nabors does, that the country was a land of freedom until it changed course in the 1830s is an evasion of reality.
These were years when as many as 20 percent of New Yorkers were slaves, their labour making life so much easier for about 40 percent of the city's households."The blacks we rule over with such arbitrary sway," was the way George Washington, the nation's slaveholding patriarch, described them.
''It was obvious that the pageant was an unapologetic celebration of the slaveholding South,'' Iles said.
"The campaign of resistance against the Turkish government's slaveholding and cruelties has started by staging rallies in Istanbul and Ankara and the campaign will continue across Turkey in November," Cherkezoglu told FNA on Saturday.
Rosalie remained in Cuba for a while but sent her daughter Elisabeth with her godmother, the widow Aubert, to the American slaveholding city of New Orleans, to which thousands of Haitian refugees had fled.
By some estimates, the war between the North and the South-or between the slaveholding states and the non-slaveholding states, as statesmen, journalists, and religious leaders in the Confederacy framed the conflict--is second only to Jesus Christ in terms of published works.
Abolitionism emerged in the "free" pockets within such slaveholding polities, exerting pressure most effectively where thriving public spheres and representative politics encouraged public debate, especially in Britain and the United States.
The president said: "The land of Africa is a place where all the hardship and evil doings of colonialism, slaveholding and the capitalist system have been observed.
With the onset of the American Revolution, they located republican egalitarianism within a sacred framework and underscored the contradiction inherent in a slaveholding polity allegedly predicated on Protestant Christianity.
"We set ourselves a target of pounds 300,000 which was very ambitious but pounds 200,000 is above where we needed to be and we are able to continue the process of negotiations with Peter Johnson." The Trust are seeking to purchase Johnson 60% slaveholding. The Wirral businessmen and founder of the Park group of companies has made no secret of his desire to sell his stake at Prenton Park and relinquish the responsibility of keeping the club afloat.
He seeks to determine the prevalence of slaveholding in metropolitan England as British colonial slavery ground to a halt.
From the descent of wealth accumulated via the Atlantic trade and its extensive commercial web, to models of modern agribusiness and labor, foreign policy templates for the control of darker populations abroad, as well as a national penchant for violence and coercion, numerous features of slaveholding plantation history have been identified as lasting elements of the modern American state.
Southern states, particularly the slaveholding states, didn't want to see a president who was opposed to slavery," Fox News quoted Moran, as saying.