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held in servitude

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hampered and not free

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Despite their differences, the three books surveyed here continue this tradition of scholarship, but move it forward by bringing the historical study of the interplay between unfree labour and capitalism to bear on the history of colonial empires.
A draft of the report, Unfree and Unfair, was presented to the companies last November.
1 point) Economic Freedom Status: Mostly Unfree Global Ranking: 114th Regional Ranking: 11th in the Middle East/North Africa Region Notable Successes: Monetary Freedom Concerns: Rule of Law, Financial Freedom, and Investment Freedom Overall Score Change Since 2012: --1
The New York Times editorial is not alone in its warnings about the direction of Turkish democracy as the UK Guardian and other international media outlets also highlighted the unfair and unfree election campaign.
Lastly, we are not contending that all States that employ shock punishment are "unfree;" rather, we are pointing out--and this is an important point--that the vast majority of unfree States employ shock punishment.
They have left us our Fenian dead, and while Ireland holds these graves, Ireland unfree shall never be at peace.
They heard the re-enactment of Pearse's immortal words: "The fools, they have left us our Fenian dead and while Ireland holds these graves, Ireland unfree shall never be at peace".
We will not allow any visits to military sites, whether they be limited, controlled, unfree or in any other form," Jazayeri said.
Unfree labour would remain the cornerstone of the capitalist production system that put its full weight behind the paddy, tea, coffee, and rubber plantations across Ceylon, Burma, and Malaya.
It ranks "mostly unfree,'' 148th in the world in the 2015 Index of Economic Freedom by the Heritage Foundation and Wall Street Journal.
The index categorises countries in five groups: free mostly free moderately free mostly unfree and repressed.
Stahl, Matt, Unfree Masters: Recording Artists and the Politics of Work, Duke University Press, Durham, NC, 2012, ISBN 9 7808 2235 3430, 312 pp.
Hayes's study applies Morgan's reasoning to slavery in colonial New York, where Europeans, Africans, and Native Americans coexisted as unfree laborers.
All of which is my way of suggesting, tentatively — and at the risk of being "offensive," of course — that while you worry about censorship in the unfree world, ladies and gentlemen, while you stand by the abstract rights and freedoms of persons you will never be, it is your own discursive universe that's getting lukewarm.