You fought harder than anybody against my emancipation.
The law for father and son and mother and daughter is not the law of love: it is the law of revolution, of emancipation, of final supersession of the old and worn-out by the young and capable.
But when you are as old as I am; when you have a thousand times wearied of heaven, like myself and the Commander, and a thousand times wearied of hell, as you are wearied now, you will no longer imagine that every swing from heaven to hell is an emancipation, every swing from hell to heaven an evolution.
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She was an emancipated 20th century woman pursuing her career.
In 1776, a committee of Quakers emancipated forty slaves, but authorities declared the act illegal.