The Pros And Cons Of Modern Slavery

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Freedom of speech and human rights are very important to have in a civilized society. Not only do people have the right to speak what they stand up to but also, they have the right to be in control with their own actions and demands. That is why Modern slavery is subjective and it is part of civil disobedience everyone should have his or her own rights with out being in control. Modern slavery is known as a billion dollar industry that produces up to 35 million dollars yearly. It is said to be estimated that 30 to 27 million individuals are caught up in modern slavery in 2013 it was estimate that 10 nations accounts that 76 percent of the earth is enslaved. It is know was estimated that India had the largest percentage of slavery around the world. However, china is the second country with most slaves estimating around 2.7 to 2.9 million slaves. Modern slavery catches the eyes of many owners because slaves pull investment and the slave’s bosses pay sustenance and enforcement but not the workers sex slavery is most common in today’s era not only are woman forced to have sex daily but also they are being drugged and affected with many diseases such as Aids and other deadly sexual diseases. Sex slavery is found in very wealthy and civilized countries such as the United States, Western Europe and the Middle East. According to the United States, 600,000 to 820,000 of women, children and men are being used as sex preys. Other types of common modern slaveries are, slavery by
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