By Mary Nyquist
Throughout, Nyquist demonstrates how rules on the subject of political slavery and tyranny are certain up with a Roman jurisprudential doctrine that sanctions the facility of lifestyles and dying held by way of the slaveholder over slaves and, via extension, the nation, its representatives, or its legislation over its citizenry.
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