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Why it if more difficult to abolish slavery, and to efface all vestiges of it among the
moderns, than it was among the ancients.—In the United States the prejudices of
the Whites against the Blacks seem to increase in proportion as slavery is ...
The immediate evils which are produced by slavery were very nearly the same in
antiquity. as they are among the moderns; but the consequences of these evils
were different. The slave, among the ancients, belonged to the same race as his
Thus the abolition of slavery does not set the slave free, but it merely transfers
him from one master to another, and from the North to the South. The
emancipated negroes, and those born after the abolition of slavery, do not,
indeed, migrate ...
The farmer of corn-land in a country where slavery is unknown, habitual. ly
retains a small number of laborers in his ... But the agriculturist in a slave State is
obliged to keep a large number of slaves the whole year round, in order to sow
their Northern countrymen in freely admitting that slavery is prejudi. cial to their
interests; but they are convinced that, however prejudicial it may be, they hold
their lives upon no other tenure. The instruction which is now diffused in the
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The social state of these tribes differed also in many respects from all that was seen in the Old World. They seemed to have multiplied freely in the midst of their deserts, without coming in contact with other races more civilized than their own.