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Compensated emancipation was a method of ending slavery, under which the enslaved person's owner received compensation in exchange for manumitting the slave. This could be monetary or it could be a period of labor, an indenture. Cash compensation rarely was equal to the slave's market value.
An indenture was seen as a compromise between slavery and outright emancipation, an intermediate step. However, no one was happy with compensated emancipation. Owners complained that their compensation was small compared with their loss; they were paid less, often much less, than what the slaveowner could have sold the enslaved person for (the market value). Governments and non-slaveholding citizens complained about the financial burden of compensating the owners, while for the formerly enslaved it seemed ludicrous that those who had all along benefited from slavery should now receive additional compensation, while its victims received no compensation whatsoever. Compensation of slaveholders was also akin to compensating a thief for returning stolen property, and therefore could not truly be considered compensation, but rather a reward for a crime that no law could legitimize.To be sure, the indentures system represented for the formerly enslaved an improvement over slavery itself; those indentured could not be forcibly relocated, children and other family members could not be taken away by force, and they could no longer be whipped or raped. However, they were still not free.
Like new Smith & Wesson metal framed M&P 9mm. Entire package was $1600. Considering trades, if paying full cash I’ll drop down to $1100. Amazing package for the price, included is:
- Pistol, box, manual, grips, factory barrel etc.
- 10 17rd magazines (all factory)
- 3 TTI extended baseplates
Sig P320 with a Gen1 JTTC PMM comp
Sig threaded barrel
(1) 21 round mag
Asking 500.00 for the P320.
Will sell with the Surefire X300U-B for 700.00. Will not sell the WML separately at this time.
I may be open to trading for the P365X Macro or P365 XL with cash on my end depending. Or a Amtac...
I'm selling my Springfield Hellcat RDP w/ manual safety and the shield smsc micro red dot. It's brand new in the box with all paperwork and everything it came with. 1-11rd mag, 1-13rd mag, speed loader, cable lock, batteries, the red dot is in the box & not mounted yet. I'll put a bunch of...
Great shape Gen 4 Glock 20 10mm. 3 magazines, and box. Comes with both factory barrel, and a compensated Storm Lake barrel.
Great shooting pistol, recoil is far less than I'd expected from the caliber.
Buyer responsible for transfer cost
Item: Glock 21C
This is the model with the build in compensator. It fires great and the compensator helps you stay on target upon firing.
Round count is unknown but it probably has at least 1500 rounds through it. This was previously owned by my...
*** WITHDRAWING 2017-07-25 ***
LOCATION: Molalla, OR
ITEM: Glock 21C (.45 ACP) and accessories
PRICE: $400 (no trades)
Originally took down so my brother in law could buy it but he can't so back up for sale.
This is a hard one for me to sell off. It is one of my favorites but I am clearing...