unenslaved


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I should still have my unblighted self to turn to: my natural unenslaved feelings with which to communicate in moments of loneliness.
Racial pride is found in mention of the soldiers' "sinews brown" and in the rekindling of "the old free fires of their savage sires," an image that suggests the rediscovery of the spirit and bravery of their unenslaved African ancestors.
Against beastly force let us oppose the unconquerable arms of the soul which are inspired and fortified by the steady strength of unenslaved faiths knowing and capable of being always victorious and of moving even the motionless steep mountains of impossibilities.
Museveni's country, the aspiration to remain alive and unenslaved by the likes of Leonid Brezhnev or Idi Amin Dada is deserving of prominent mention.