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What Will Future Humans Judge Us For?

Which of our current practices will look to the people of the future like slavery does to us?

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When we look back at history, it’s easy to be judgmental. It’s hard to believe that, in many societies that we otherwise admire, it was perfectly permissible for one person to own another, for women to be given few opportunities in life, or for…




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