Slavery

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abolition of slavery   (奴隷制度の廃止)

The abolition of slavery became a high priority for the Haile Selassie regime.

The abolition of slavery in D.C. in 1862 also attracted many freedmen to the city.

It is thought to have contributed to the abolition of slavery in the British Empire.

sold into slavery   (奴隷に売られた)

About 50,000 Carthaginians were sold into slavery.

The rest, about fifty-three thousand, were sold into slavery.

According to the legend, they were instead sold into slavery.

against slavery   (奴隷制に反対)

the Republican Party) for its views against slavery.

He gave numerous speeches against slavery.

Kansas' popular vote eventually chose against slavery, so Kansas would fight with the North.

abolished slavery   (廃止された奴隷制度)

In addition, it abolished slavery without a civil war.

Ecuador abolished slavery and freed its black slaves in 1851.

All abolished slavery on their own, except Kentucky and Delaware.

sexual slavery   (性的奴隷)

The beautiful women were taken captives for sexual slavery.

murdered the other employees and forced her into sexual slavery.

She later became a Korean human rights activist who campaigned against sexual slavery and war rape.

born into slavery   (奴隷制に生まれた)

Greeley was born into slavery in Hannibal, Missouri.

Saunders was born into slavery in Delaware around 1793.

Saxon was born into slavery in Columbia, South Carolina.

abolish slavery   (奴隷制を廃止する)

The state was also required to abolish slavery in its new constitution.

Brazil was the last nation in the Western Hemisphere to abolish slavery.

The Netherlands was one of the last countries to abolish slavery in 1863.

institution of slavery

The institution of slavery was abolished in 1923.

Romans inherited the institution of slavery from the Greeks and the Phoenicians.

However, the institution of slavery never appealed to them, and they freed their slaves.

issue of slavery

The issue of slavery was finally confronted by the constitution which the state adopted in 1864.

During the last phase of the monarchy, internal political debate centered on the issue of slavery.

Most large denominations experienced a North–South split in the prewar era on the issue of slavery.