The History of Slavery - From Egypt and the Romans to Christian Slavery –Complete Historical Overview
Publisher: Madison & Adams Press
It is asserted that domestic slavery has always been a constructive social element: history shows that it has always been destructive. History authoritatively establishes the fact that slavery is the most corroding social disease, and one, too, which acts most fatally on the slaveholding element in a community.
Not disease, but health, is the normal condition of man's physical organism: not oppression but freedom is the normal condition of human society. The laws of history are as absolute as the laws of nature or the laws of hygiene.
Hebrews, or Beni-Israel
Assyrians and Babylonians
Medes and Persians
Christianity: its Churches and Creeds
Britons, Anglo-Saxons, English
Slavi, Slavonians, Slaves, Russians