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FREE DOWNLOAD É Which is worse? Slavery or Untouchability ↠ Among the claims made by the Hindus for asserting their superiority over other nations the following two are mentioned One is that there was no slavery in India among the Hindus and the other is that Untouchability is infinitely less harmful than slaveryAmong the claims made by the Hindus for asserting their superiority over other natio. Another great work of DrAmbedkar Just about 20 pages long Don’t miss Also available on the webhttpsvelivadacom20170406which

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He Hindus and the other is that Untouchability is infinitely less harmful than slave. Excellent scholarly workExcellent scholarly studiou comparisonits an eye opener Facts hold trueThankful for for making this work available and accessibleWould like to read on same topic by same author or others Human touch and legal dimension very well expounded

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Which is worse Slavery or UntouchabilityNs the following two are mentioned One is that there was no slavery in India among t. The title of this booklet might prima facie make you feel uncomfortable Who would want to compare two hideous forms of oppression that continue to impact the lives of millions of people Dr Ambedkar clarifies the rationale behind this comparison by making it clear that this piece is a response to Lala Rajput Rai's propaganda that untouchability is better when compared to slavery In this context it was imperative for Ambedkar to clarify how untouchability differed from slaveryDr Ambedkar explains the de jure position of slavery and contrasts it with the legal underpinnings of untouchability It becomes clear that the legal definition and de jure conceptions surrounding slavery are barbaric cruel and deleterious than untouchability Slavery treats the victims as property that has no legal personality They are not considered to be a person in the eyes of the law and therefore they are accorded no rights Contrastingly the untouchables were considered to be persons under the law and they had certain rights albeit in a limited sense Ambedkar then goes to compare the de facto positions of both slavery and untouchability uoting from various sources he shows us how slaves could possibly lead lives of intellectual freedom acuire education or professional skills Slaves have also owned land and thereby acuired the status of their owners This happened both in the recent past USA and in ancient Rome Then by comparing ancient Rome with contemporary India he shows how the untouchables have never had access to education of any sort and how they have never become the euals of the Brahmins in any sense He draws other comparisons between the two systems to explain how the untouchables have no personality in their societies The untouchable has never had social intercourse with the rest of the classes; and therefore has never been able to escape from his miserable status The booklet in short is an intriguing read that enlightens us about the peculiarity of untouchability and its insidious nature