Debt Slavery Replacement Of Involuntary Servitude And Traditional Slavery Slavery For The Modern Times – Part 3

This author posits that there are three distinct forms of slavery.  To make clear, it is the opinion of this author that the most insidious form of slavery is the traditional definition of slavery.  The traditional form of slavery describes a practice where a person or persons are involuntarily captured or imprisoned and forced to perform services or labor for the benefit of his or her captors.   Although it is arguable that the Colonial populations that were indentured servants were treated in many cases more Read More +

Debt Slavery Replacement Of Traditional Slavery And Involuntary Servitude And The Real Reason For The Civil War – Part I

The Civil War was an enormously destructive period in American History.  Many lives were lost in the War between the Union and Confederate Forces.  Contrary to what the readers are typically taught in the primary and secondary educational institutions in the United States, the primary purpose of the Civil War was not to end of scourge of human slavery, but to maintain the Union, and to establish and enhance the supremacy of the National or Federal Government, over the individual States.  Furthermore, slavery, as it Read More +