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When and how did people begin to consider slavery immoral?
Consider this: In the ancient world, murder and theft were prohibited. However, slavery was ubiquitous and considered normal. AFAIK, nobody thought of it as immoral, though probably some called for ...
Nov 1 '12 at 18:28
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