Part 2 - Uncle Tom's Cabin Audiobook by Harriet Beecher Stowe (Chs 8-11)

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  1. Have you ever been to the continent of Africa or any of the countries there in? Have ever research the historical European political involvement of this particular continent that is causing their today's problems. Have you ever thoroughly researched the difference between slavery in the United States and the tribal slavery in the continent of Africa? Before you make such an unwanted statement, you need to do some research.
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  3. It's funny reading about a character with the same name. xD
  4. you do realize that most of those problems were because of European colonization in Africa, right?
  5. "Saving" africans from their admittedly backward societies and granting you the fact that the disgusting practice still takes place in Africa; it was hardly the intention though was it? Their absolute economic exploitation in a country that already had a vibrant FREE labour market was wasn't it? If I look at your profile I seriously, SERIOUSLY hope you're a professional trollpants, and not another goddamn miserable confederate apologist.
  6. No shit, it's not hard to convince someone to fight for their slave masters if they don't know nothing of the world outside of their plantation. I can only Imagine what the Cofederacy commanders would say to their men. "Look there boys, these monkeys love serving us, it's all they know."
  7. screw this book GO SOUTH
  8. @GrungeFlannel1990 How would you know, were you a southern slave in America?
  9. You ignorant.... Go back to school or read some book ...
  10. Great
  11. I loved this book when i read it
  12. Thanks for the great audiobooks. It helps me keep my pace for school reading.
  13. ty for this video :)
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  15. Gaay
  16. Tf
  17. อะรายว๊า
  18. you people obviously don't know your history this book was written by Harriet Beecher Stowe just before the civil war and it's about an older respected slave named Uncole Tom and also about the escape of another slave, Eliza, and her baby though not a true story it outraged northerners at how slaves were being treated while the south claimed it was an exaggeration and false accusation
  19. it' s important and interesting to have the chance of hearing voices of that kind,because they use the language as they speak everyday and that' s necesary for us .tHANKS Carlos from HUAQUILLAS,Ecuador.
  20. ;)

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