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Elizabeth Fowler

incorporation, stood for the first in a political and social sense: the husband for the wife, the baron for the tenant, the master for the indentured servant, the lord for the ward. The rights of one to the use of the labour, property, or body of the other, along with certain responsibilities towards him or her, were granted to some definite extent in all these cases. Those rights and responsibilities were

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