Under the New System, such troublemakers were banished to the slave-labor details of the precious-earth mines to the North.
Well, I hoped never to eat a supper procured by slave-labor.
Cotton factories had sprung up on every hand, and it was believed that slave-labor was essential to the producing of cotton.
They nearly all continued to trade with the South, and to use the products of slave-labor.
It was impossible for a man so thinking to look with favor upon the slave-labor system of the South.
He was the political economist of the slave-labor system, as Calhoun was its political scientist and constitutional lawyer.
As a farmer he was unusually successful, making agriculture lucrative even with slave-labor.
He was a man in humble circumstances, trying to increase his small fortune by slave-labor.
There is a great demand for slaves in the Southern and South-western States, because slave-labor is very profitable there.
But free labor to-day differs from serf-labor and slave-labor only in that it has a legal right to contract.