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name the two types of slaves
stay in[home staying] slaves and stay out slaves..
Asked 9/11/2012 7:57:44 AM
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stay in[home staying] slaves and stay out slaves..
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CHATTEL SLAVERY is closest to the slavery that prevailed in early American history. Chattel slaves are considered their masters’ property — exchanged for things like trucks or money and expected to perform labor and sexual favors. Once of age, their children are expected to do the same. Chattel slavery is typically racially-based; in the North African country of Mauritania, for example, black Africans serve the lighter-skinned Arab-Berber communities. Though slavery was legally abolished there in 1980, today 90,000 slaves continue to serve the Muslim Berber ruling class. Similarly, in the African country of Sudan, Arab northerners are known to raid the villages in the South — killing all the men and taking the women and children to be auctioned off and sold into slavery.

DEBT SLAVERY, or bonded labor, is the most widely practiced form of slavery around the world. In Southeast Asia, where it is most prevalent, debt bondage claims an estimated 15 to 20 million victims. The staggering poverty there forces many parents to offer themselves or their own children as collateral against a loan. Though they are promised they will work only until their debt is paid off, the reality is much grimmer. Thanks to inflated interest rates and fresh debts incurred while being fed and housed, the debt becomes impossible to pay off. As a result, it is often inherited by the bonded laborer’s children, perpetuating a vicious cycle that can claim several generations.
Added 9/11/2012 8:12:07 AM
Slaves that can be on a household slaves or on a business world slaves :) because they are not the master or the boss.
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petals29, our service is not like Yahoo or Wikianswer where in you can post long answers no matter what. Our service also offers two-way text which means, Users ask questions using their cellphones. Imagine if they receive this kind of response, they might have a problem. Remember to keep your responses short and to the point. You don't need to copy the whole article. Just a couple of sentences would be fine.
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@andrewpallarca: Thanks! Will do it next time.
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