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Question 1: In the ________, abolitionist pressure produced a series of small steps towards emancipation.
United StatesAlaskaCanadaPhilippines

Question 2: As the ________ expanded outward, entire populations were enslaved, thus creating an ample supply from all over Europe and the Mediterranean.
Roman EmpireRoman RepublicClassical antiquityAncient Rome

Question 3: Most are debt slaves, largely in ________, who are under debt bondage incurred by lenders, some for generations.
Brāhmī scriptIndiaPunjabi languageSouth Asia

Question 4: In East Asia, the Imperial government formally abolished slavery in ________ in 1906, and the law became effective in 1910.
Province (China)Religion in ChinaChinaTime in China

Question 5: Periodic raiding expeditions were sent from ________ to ravage the Iberian Christian kingdoms, bringing back booty and slaves.
Al-AndalusHispaniaIslamic contributions to Medieval EuropeIslamic Golden Age

Question 6: Some proponents of ________ apply the term slavery to the condition of some or all human-owned animals, arguing that their status is comparable to that of human slaves.
Peter SingerAnimal liberation movementAnimal rightsAnimal testing

Question 7: [132] An estimated 40 million people in India, most of them ________ or "untouchables", are bonded workers, many working to pay off debts that were incurred generations ago.
DalitBiharB. R. AmbedkarUttar Pradesh

Question 8: [39] The maritime town of ________, was the first slave market created in Portugal for the sale of imported African slaves - the Mercado de Escravos, opened in 1444.
Vila Real de Santo AntónioLagos, PortugalOlhãoAlgarve

Question 9: The Royal Navy throughout the 1870s attempted to suppress "this abominable Eastern trade", at ________ in particular.
British EmpireNewfoundland (island)ZanzibarSaint Helena

Question 10: [138][139][140] ________, the people of Central Africa's rain forest,[141] live in servitude to the Bantus.
NamibiaMalaysiaPhilippinesPygmies
















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