Thomas Clarkson Quote

Neither can men, by the same principles, be considered as lands, goods, or houses, among possessions. It is necessary that all property should be inferiour to its possessor. But how does the slave differ from his master, but by chance?


An Essay on the Slavery and Commerce of the Human Species (ed. 1787)

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Neither can men, by the same principles, be considered as lands, goods, or houses, among possessions. It is necessary that all property should be...

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Neither can men, by the same principles, be considered as lands, goods, or houses, among possessions. It is necessary that all property should be...

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Neither can men, by the same principles, be considered as lands, goods, or houses, among possessions. It is necessary that all property should be...

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Neither can men, by the same principles, be considered as lands, goods, or houses, among possessions. It is necessary that all property should be...