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ANHEUSER-BUSCH AND FRANCHISING IN SOUTH AFRICA

.... of franchising in general, the use of franchising in South Africa in .... are commonly employed by international franchising operations: master franchisee, joint ....

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Anheuser-Busch and Franchising in South Africa

.... of franchising in general, the use of franchising in South Africa in .... are commonly employed by international franchising operations: master franchisee, joint ....

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Nature of Slavery in Ante-Bellum South

.... the nature of slavery in the ante-bellum South, how some of the institutions of slavery developed, and what those institutions meant to slave and master. ....

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The Slave Community: Plantation Life in the Antebellum South

.... the Antebellum South. Blassingame maintains greater autonomy over both and greater development than most think possible within the relationship of master-slave ....

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Athol Fugard's "Master Harold"

Athol Fugard's "Master Harold". Athol Fugard's play, "Master Harold" . . . and the Boys takes place in a South African tea room--St. George's park Tea Room. ....

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Slavery and the South

.... In the South, every plantation consisted of a community headed by the master who wielded control over both labor and capital. Therefore ....

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Causes of the American Civil War

.... According to Genovese the paternalistic character of the master-slave relationship in the American South was accepted by both master and slave, but that ....

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Amer. Political Hist.

.... in the North were those of the middle-class, the working class, while those that prevailed and were constructed in the South were those of the Master class. ....

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Female Slaves in Plantation South

.... consciousness the suffering endured by female slaves in the slavery-dependent South. .... Mary had been given conflicting work orders by the overseer and master. ....

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Role of West African Slaves in South Carolina

.... majorities became more ambitious and thus more threatening to settled South Carolinians .... from selling rice or corn to any "person except their master." (211) And ....

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The Political Economy of Slavery

.... In other words, it is Genovese's (1967) thesis that the slave society created in the American South was weak because it did not permit the master of a slave ....

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Biblical Accounts of Slavery

.... that which is just and equal, knowing that ye also have a Master in Heaven .... This was the issue which highlighted the distinctions between the North and South. ....

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The management of slaves

.... "Thus, the master class, for .... into American custom and law."2 Consequently, the institution of slavery, wherever it appeared throughout the South, constituted a ....

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History Painter John Trumbull

.... His work as an artist was styled by Tuckerman in his History of Art as "The Old American Master." He received the gold medal from the South Carolina institute ....

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Republican Party's Indictment of Slavery

.... could never have inspired the nation to wage war against the slavery-based South. .... following, the account by a slave of his beating by his "master": I begged ....

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Slavery and the Slave System

.... of the master, to merge their interests with those of the master, and to .... what they called "rascality" and malingering of various sorts throughout the South (102 ....

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Similarities Between the Antebellum North & South

.... about the growing strength of the abolitionist movement in the South, "yet the .... Berlin writes, "But as overseer and younger sons followed the master into the ....

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The System of Slavery

.... Felony, but the master (or that other person appointed by the master to punish him .... which would be come "the model of repression throughout the South for the ....

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Slave Revolt of Nat Turner

.... the ôSouthampton Tragedy,ö as newspapers in both the North and South called the .... By TurnerÆs own account, TurnerÆs master, Joseph Travis, was ôto me a kind ....

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Turner Rebellion of 1831

.... the ôSouthampton Tragedy,ö as newspapers in both the North and South called the .... By TurnerÆs own account, TurnerÆs master, Joseph Travis, was ôto me a kind ....

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Southern Nationalism from 1830-1861

.... In the Dred Scott decision (1857), a pro-South Supreme Court returned a fugitive slave to its master, and enforcing the fugitive slave laws. ....

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The Conjure Woman

.... collection of stories in Charles W. ChesnuttÆs The Conjure Woman embody a view of the post-bellum South that depicts concepts of slave and master, free and ....

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The Conjure Woman stories

.... collection of stories in Charles W. ChesnuttÆs The Conjure Woman embody a view of the post-bellum South that depicts concepts of slave and master, free and ....

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Nat Turner

.... have been as harsh in Southampton County as it was further south in Georgia .... He played with his master's children and received the same religious instruction as ....

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Underlying Reasons of the Civil War There is a popular conception ...

.... of physical and human resources in the plantation economy: The culture and civilization of the South suffered, moreover, for the master-slave relationship did ....

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Reconstruction Period

.... Lincoln, a flexible, pragmatic, and shrewd politician, had no clear "ideological" master plan for dealing with the South in the wake of the Civil War. ....

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The Effects of Slavery on the formation and history of the African ...

.... the same racial attitudes toward African-Americans as were prevalent in the South. .... Forms in keeping with the master-slave relationship were adopted as more and ....

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Slave Narratives

.... just as is was vehemently oposed by abolitionists in both North and South who saw .... as a sign of subordination, to be awed by the power of the master, to merge ....

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African Americans in the American Revolutionary War: This 5-page ...

.... in South Carolina and Georgia. In an interesting twist of justice, Ralph Henry, a twenty-six-year-old slave of Patrick Henry, took literally his master's words ....

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Frederick Douglass

.... Only from that perspective is it possible to notice that everyone in the South wants to feel superior to others by whipping them. The master does not come into ....

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