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The end result NOT being lots of happy and unenslaved house pets, but an end to the animals altogether.
In the first place, you are a man; and this is one who has nothing superior to the faculty of the will, but all other things subjected to it; and the faculty itself he possesses unenslaved and free from subjection.
"We, the mugwumps, a little company made up of the unenslaved of both parties," he recalled in his Autobiography, "had no axes to grind."
Still, they have less romance in their composition than the unenslaved northern Indians, into whose souls the iron of despotism has never entered.
The pure Indians are the descendants chiefly of the unenslaved tribes, like the Tlascalans and Tezcucans, who carried on the subsequent wars of Cortéz, and the whites are mostly descendants of later immigrations.
A little out of sight, but thinly veiled, the powers that in this haunted corner of the earth, too strangely neglected, pushed outwards into men and trees, into mountains, flowers, and the rest, were unenslaved and intensely vital.
The Centaur Algernon Blackwood 1910
Ireland in the middle of the eighteenth century was to England just what the American colonies would have been, if they had contained, besides the European settlers, more than twice their number of unenslaved negroes.
Burke Morley, John 1907
O Friends of the Pure and Omnipotent God! To be pure and holy in all things is an attribute of the consecrated soul and a necessary characteristic of the unenslaved mind.
Selections from the Writings of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá 1844-1921 `Abdu'l-Bah�� 1882
We, the mugwumps, a little company made up of the unenslaved of both parties, the very best men to be found in the two great parties -- that was our idea of it -- voted sixty thousand strong for Mr. Cleveland in New York and elected him.
Chapters from My Autobiography Mark Twain 1872
Around this thesis the battle has been fought and the victory won; and it will stand with spreading favor as long as there are unenslaved and cultivated minds in the world.
The Destiny of the Soul A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life William Rounseville Alger 1863