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December 17, 2014


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Of course, the good historian knows which groups were more likely to be the slavers or slaves at this time ...

Interesting it would be indeed to focus as intently on how and by whom persons in Africa were acquired for slave trade historically ... Should we not put in context specific cases, especially expressly "fictional" cases?

Indeed, might an important inquiry focus on such matters today (e.g., google "Slavery in contemporary Africa" to get an idea)?

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