It makes no difference, wetpants.<quoted text>
In other words: you can never quote me, you have to create a straw man.
"Slavery" and "involuntary servitude" are not interchangeable.
Not in the English language.
Particularly when used in the same sentence to define two things.
Though ignorant dolts creating straw men may try.
Whether you treat them individually or as one..
According to your constitution "Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude are legal"
"except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted"
In other words, for some people who fall foul of the law, slavery and involuntary servitude are still legal in America.