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Racial Integrity and Other Features of the Negro Problem (Classic Reprint)
Alexander Harvey Shannon
No preview available - 2015
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Page 114 - If any person shall willfully interfere with, entice away, knowingly employ, or induce a laborer or renter who has contracted with another person for a specified time to leave his employer or the leased premises, before the expiration of his contract without the consent of the employer...
Page 165 - Italian, with a few Arabic words ; consequently, any native of those countries could acquire it in a few days, while the unfortunate Briton might be months before he could express his meaning- or understand what was said to him. The hardships of slavery were, in all truth, insufficient to extinguish the religious and national animosities of the captives. Dreadful conflicts frequently occurred between the partisans of the eastern and western churches — Spaniards and Italians uniting to batter orthodoxy...
Page 158 - They were founded in short on religious considerations, " that they might procure the favor of the Deity, which they had forfeited by the subjugation of those who were the objects of divine benevolence and attention equally with themselves." These considerations began to produce their effects, as the different nations were converted to Christianity, and procured that general liberty at last, which at the close of the twelfth century was conspicuous in the west of Europe.