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Bolivia denies slave holder rights while US contemplates legalizing slavery
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Yesterday, Bolivian National Agrarian Tribunal rejected US slaver Ronald Larsen's challenge to Morales governments' seizure of his ranch in Santa Cruz and redistribution to 2,000 indigenous Guarani families, many of whom he held in indentured servitude. While at the same moment US lawmakers are considering abolishing the 14th Amendment to end the legal ambiguity of "illegal" migrant labor and simply reinstitute slavery.
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