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Alfred Marshall Quotes: Slavery was regarded by Aristotle as an ordinance of nature, and so probably was it by the slaves themselves in olden time.
         

Slavery was regarded by Aristotle as an ordinance of nature, and so probably was it by the slaves themselves in olden time.


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