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"Slavery" Article - Table of Contents

A. SLAVERY - INTRODUCTION
Part 1. Slavery - Introduction.

B. SLAVERY IN ANCIENT GREECE
Part 2. Slavery in Ancient Greece: Heroic Times. Historic Times. Sources of Slavery.
Part 3. Slavery in Ancient Greece: Employment of Slaves. Number of Slaves.
Part 4. Slavery in Ancient Greece: Condition of Slaves. Emancipation.
Part 5. Slavery in Ancient Greece: Theocratic Views on Slavery. The Helots.

C. SLAVERY IN ANCIENT ROME
Part 6. Slavery in Ancient Rome: Introduction. Sources. Employments. Numbers.
Part 7. Slavery in Ancient Rome: Laws. Treatment of Slaves.
Part 8. Slavery in Ancient Rome: Moral and Social Effects. Emancipation.
Part 9. Slavery in Ancient Rome: Reforms.
Part 10. Slavery in Ancient Rome: Influence of Christianity.
Part 11. Slavery in Ancient Rome: Transition to Serfdom.

D. DISAPPEARANCE OF SERFDOM
Part 12. Disappearance of Serfdom. France. England. Italy. Germany. Spain.

E. MODERN SLAVE TRADE. ANTI-SLAVERY MOVEMENT.
Part 13. Modern Slave Trade - Introduction. Spanish Colonies. England.
Part 14. Effects of the Slave Trade.
Part 15. Movement Against the Slave Trade: England.
Part 16. Movement Against the Slave Trade: France.
Part 17. Progress of the Movement to Abolish the Slave Trade.
Part 18. Anti-Slavery Movement.
Part 19. Slave Trade in the United States.
Part 20. Slave Trade: Cuba; Brazil.
Part 21. Disguised Slave Trade.
Part 22. Russian Serfdom. Mohammedan Slavery.
Part 23. Slave Trade in Africa.

F. FURTHER READING ON SLAVERY
Part 24. Bibliography - Slavery and the Slave Trade.



The above article was written by: John Kells Ingram, LL.D., Litt.D.; formerly senior Fellow and Vice-Provost, Trinity College, Dublin; Prof. of English Literature, 1852; Regius Prof. of Greek, 1866; Librarian, 1879; author of On the Present Position and Prospects of Political Economy and Human Nature and Morals according to A. Compte.


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