“There is no place here for unclaimed slaves,” said Peisistratus.

“There is no place here for unclaimed slaves,” said Peisistratus.
“I know a world,” said Cabot, “where there are untold thousands of unclaimed slaves.”
“I know that world, as well,” said Peisistratus, “but I would say untold hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions, of unclaimed slaves.” Cabot was silent.
“But when we bring them to Gor,” said Peisistratus, “they find themselves claimed, and owned, and clearly the properties of masters.”
“True,” said Cabot.
It is a joy for the slave to find at last her master, and for the master to have at his feet at last his slave.

Kur of Gor, p. 351

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