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“But the author of the Declaration of Independence was also a slave-owner, holding himself above other men and women.”
“When I slaved in the garden, Acrasia played slave-owner in the sun,”
“If the slave-owner analogy is anything to go by, Zižek probably thinks this is worse than being the worst kind of bloodsucking banking boss, driving the immoral system to its inevitable demise.”
“For instance, early in the voyage at Bahia in Brazil he defended and praised slavery, which I abominated, and told me that he had just visited a great slave-owner, who had called up many of his slaves and asked them whether they were happy, and whether they wished to be free, and all answered "No.”
“Many of its older churches were funded in part by profits from the slave trade, and the nation's most famous Episcopalian, George Washington, was a slave-owner.”
“Mind you, if you want to get very long term I feel confident in stating that every single human alive today has at least one slave-owner ancestor.”
“I would be surprised if less than 1/3rd of Whites couldn't find at least one slave-owner ancestor in the last 400 years.”
“Of importance is the fact that infants that were abandoned were usually not the children of slaves, since the children of all slaves were the property of the slave-owner, and it made little sense for the slave-owner to allow valuable property to be discarded.”
“In a feudal or slave system the value of men as a source of military power and prestige or as contributors to the bodily comfort of the landlord or slave-owner often resulted in the displacement of horses by men.”
“If you had some money, let's say enough to buy a good horse, you could easily buy a human slave and become a "slave-owner" -- a measure of status, even if abolitionist groups occasionally marched in the streets singing Christian hymns against slavery.”
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