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Hello everyone! This is the next community discussion post for the Wizarding World Community. Note that from this point on, there will likely be spoilers.
I have recently been reading the Goblet of Fire (for the first time), and one of the subplots is the organization Hermione starts called S.P.E.W. which stands for Society for the Promotion of Elfish Welfare. Throughout the book (or at least the portion I have read), Hermione advocates for House Elves to be free, and be given wages for their work. For those of you who don't know, House-Elves are bound to serve a master until that master sets them free by presenting them with an article of clothing. Harry and Ron do not agree with Hermione, and the disagreement sets up comical interactions between the three arguing over the issue. So, my question for you is:
Should House-Elves have rights?
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