An interesting study of the interplay between liberty and slavery in America has been reviewed by The Guardian this week. Cases such as The Amistad illustrate American courts struggling with the two concepts, and some scholars have worked on applying American anti-mutiny and anti-piracy history to modern day issues of Somali piracy: all jolly interesting for Historians and Lawyers. No decent Philosophy student could avoid considering the Berlin’s definitions of freedom here, and History or Politics students might begin to ask what Beveridge would have to say on this one.
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