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held in servitude

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hampered and not free

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By contrast, liberals and the "new abolitionists"--a term used to characterize major nongovernmental organizations (NGOS) such as Walk Free, Anti-Slavery International, Free the Slaves, Not for Sale, and their philanthro-capitalist funders--regard unfree labour as comprising situations in which workers' freedom to choose to refuse certain work or to stop working is taken away by threats, violence, coercion, abuse of power, and deception.
As Jonathan Fox demonstrates in his new book on religious minorities, "unfree exercise of religion is the norm for religious minorities across the world" (1-2).
The critique of quantified cognitive behaviorism in chapter 6 echoes the historical materialism framework in chapter 1, but it also makes the discussion of unfree labor in the conclusion a weird ending point.
Jan Breman's Mobilizing Labour for the Global Coffee Market: Profits from an Unfree Work Regime in Colonial Java is the subject of this issue's SOJOURN Symposium.
Summary: Fisherman says reading the letter that was sent from Greece reminded him of how unfree he is
The United Nations General Assembly, dominated by unfree regimes and even mass-murdering dictators, voted June 15 to create a new UN "terrorism" agency to supposedly wage the emerging global terror war.
In "Money: Free and Unfree", George Selgin (a Senior Fellow and Director of the Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives at the Cato Institute and Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of Georgia) turns this conventional wisdom on its head.
An apprenticeship system bore more heavily and more exploitatively on the families of freed people, even when parents were still living, but the demarcations were often fuzzy ones, with white children bound out for unfree labor and some black children finding in apprenticeship the protection or sense of connection otherwise lacking.
Assad's presidential term ends in 2021 and he is expected to run again in elections that the West and Syrian opposition have called (http://www.cnn.com/2014/06/02/world/meast/syria-elections-explainer/) unfree and unfair.
Brass provides 19 reviews, review essays, and essays, most previously published between 1982 and 2016, on labor markets and class and other identities, examining the link between unfree labor and capitalism and the political impact of the onewo populist postmodernism.
Martin Heidegger, that odd rustic, said "we remain unfree and chained to technology" whether we know it or not and we're simply blind if we don't see that technology has changed us, changed our world and even being itself.
A joint analysis conducted by the Independent and Campaign Against the Arms Trade found Au10bn in arms licences were issued 2010-2015 to regimes designated "unfree" by Freedom House, including UAE.
Wishing to reduce poverty in England, those regarded as idle and unproductive, including orphans, were sent to North America where they worked as "unfree" laborers.
Syria and Iran were at the bottom of the region with scores of 90, out of possible 100, meaning totally unfree.