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Broken Chains
     

Broken Chains

by Bill G. Ray
 
"Have you ever owned another human being?" asked Jacob. Tom replied that he had not. Jacob said, "It is a big responsibility. You are directly responsible for what they become in life. You control their every move. They are slaves, but not by choice".

Broken Chains tells the story of one white man and his wife who believes in the freedom of all Negroes. He

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"Have you ever owned another human being?" asked Jacob. Tom replied that he had not. Jacob said, "It is a big responsibility. You are directly responsible for what they become in life. You control their every move. They are slaves, but not by choice".

Broken Chains tells the story of one white man and his wife who believes in the freedom of all Negroes. He forms a small army and brings justice to those who have killed a Negro child. This story describes a fictional meeting between President Lincoln and General Lee in an effort to end the Civil War. The game "The Way Things Should Have been" best describes the way slaves were treated and outlines the hope they had for a better life. The Overseer of the plantation, who kills people as the answer to violations of rules is dealt with by Tom Kelly the new plantation owner.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780595305704
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
07/23/2004
Pages:
112
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.27(d)

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