4 Metaphors for buying

The more ordinary the mental and moral organization and culture of the individual, the more far-fetched and dear-bought must be his enjoyments.

The buying and selling, the transportation, and the horrors of the middle passage, were mere incidents of the slavery in which the victims were held.

Forced buying is irritated buying, and it is the forbidden shop that contains the coveted goods.

Convinced that the "buying, selling, and holding of men in slavery" is a sin, these Quakers with a view to future manumission had been "careful of the moral and intellectual training of such as they held in servitude."

4 Metaphors for  buying