The Emancipated Society

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Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources. August General forms. Related topics. Claim rights and liberty rights Individual and group rights Natural and legal rights Negative and positive rights. Many abolitions held meetings to discuss the next steps — one such meeting was attended by 2, supporters. Despite long-running disagreements between those seeking immediate emancipation and others looking for a more gradual solution, most attendees demanded an immediate end to the slavery system.

Itwas created to build up the movement, and soon there were 1, local societies. Hundreds of thousands of signatures found their way on to petitions. But the lavish compensation paid out to the latter failed to find its way back into developing West Indian island economies. Rather than using these funds to facilitate an effective transition from slavery to free labour, the planters invested them in the British bond and property markets.

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Further coercion The Abolition of Slavery Act, passed in August , was scheduled to come into force in August the following year. The success in having it finally reach the statute books was not entirely due to slave rebellions, grass-roots petitioning and the logistics of military control.

Rancière, The Emancipated Spectator, 20 August 2004 (3/6)

The profit motive also had a large bearing. From the beginning of the abolition movement, its parliamentary supporters had been reassuring planters that emancipation would not affect their labour supply. The promise was held out that those emancipated would remain under some coercion.

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Vagrancy laws were proposed under which any former slave attempting to leave a plantation would be penalised, and land ownership beyond the range of garden plots would be illegal. There was also to be a period of 'apprenticeship' in the Act's final draft, a six-year term was agreed on during which planters had the right to the continuing labour of their ex-slaves.

The emancipation law, from this perspective, was a moderate measure in that it compensated not the slaves, who had built up the wealth of Britain and its colonies through centuries of unpaid labour, but their former owners. Emancipated - but not free Emancipation Day — Friday, 1 August — was celebrated throughout the British Caribbean at chapels, churches and government-sanctioned festivals, some of which were held under the watchful eyes of hundreds of extra troops.

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