Skinner’s depiction of modern day slavery is graphic and challenging. Anyone viewing prohibitions on slavery, or abolition, as historical anachronism, or requiring reinterpretation for modern-day practices, must think again. Skinner persuades us that slavery in its most old fashioned sense is alive and well and, worse than that–on the rise.
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"Slavery and "Abuse Regeneration","
Human Rights & Human Welfare: Vol. 8:
4, Article 3.
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