History of Jews in Babylonia IV

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At last came the day when everything slipped out of my grasp. I never had been secret or even systematically taciturn about my simple occupations which might have been foolish but had never required either caution or mystery. Monkeys have never devised a spoken language, written a book, composed a melody, built a house, paved a road, or painted a portrait. New York: Oxford University Press, 1980. p. 375) Ironically, the tax against which the indignant colonists were protesting was a tax on the profits from their slave trade.

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Publisher: University of South Florida; 4th edition (May 3, 2000)

ISBN: 0788506080

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