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Title Red Rubber: The Story of the Rubber Slave Trade Flourishing on the Congo in the year of Grace 1907
Author(s) Morel, E. D.
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1907
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication Adelphi Terrace
Publisher T. Fisher Unwin
Library School of Oriental and African Studies
Reference WE/101840
Region Africa
Names E. D. Morel, Sir Harry Johnston (i3), King Leopold
Places Congo, Belgium
Topics slavery, slave trade, commodities, rubber, introduction (i3), Congo Reform Association (i3), cannibalism (i6), contents (i15), Section I: The History (i17), "What Britain did" (i21), Section II: The Deeds (i37), International Africa Association (i24), Section III: Is there a redeeming feature? (i57), alcohol, "The Arab and the Liquor traffic" (i57), Section IV: The Beneficiaries (i81), Section V: The Duty (i94), "reform" (i96), "What Britain can do" (i104), Section VI: The position in Europe and on the Congo in May 1907 (i123)
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