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by Stanley Engerman,Seymour Drescher,Robert Paquette

eBook Slavery (Oxford Readers) epub
  • ISBN: 0192893025
  • Author: Stanley Engerman,Seymour Drescher,Robert Paquette
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Americas
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (May 17, 2001)
  • Pages: 520 pages
  • ePUB size: 1293 kb
  • FB2 size 1107 kb
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Ships from and sold by MBooksnMore. Robert Paquette is Professor of History at Hamilton College, Clinton, NY. He is the author of 'Sugar is Made with Blood: The Conspiracy of La Escalera and the Conflict between Empires over Slavery in Cuba' (1998). Seymour Drescher is Professor of History and Sociology at the University of Pittsburgh. His publications include 'The Meaning of Freedom: Economics, Politics and Culture after Slavery' (1992). Series: Oxford Readers.

ISBN-13: 978-0192893024.

Publication Date - May 2001. This new Reader draws on a range of documentary sources to show the origins, history, and realities of slavery and the slave trade

Publication Date - May 2001. This new Reader draws on a range of documentary sources to show the origins, history, and realities of slavery and the slave trade. Exploring the economic, cultural, and political role of slavery, the volume shows the similarities as well as the differences in different times and places. While focusing primarily on the Americas, the volume extends to a consideration of slavery in other societies in the classical world, Africa, Asia, and the contemporary world.

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Slavery (Oxford Readers) by Stanley Engerman, Seymour Drescher, and Robert Paquette (2001). The Evolution of Suffrage Institutions in the New World SL ENGERMAN, KL SOKOLOFF - The Journal of Economic History, 2005 - Cambridge Univ Press. Institutional and Non-Institutional Explanations of Economic Differences SL ENGERMAN, KL SOKOLOFF - NBER Working Paper, 2003.

Oxford University Press (UK). John H Munro Professor of Economics and Professor of History Stanley Engerman; University Professor of History and Professor of Sociology Seymour Drescher; Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History Robert Paquette.

10. Slavery (Oxford Readers). Stanley L. Engerman, Seymour Drescher, Robert L. Paquette. Published by Oxford University Press 2001-05-17 (2001). ISBN 10: 0192893025 ISBN 13: 9780192893024.

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This new Reader draws on a range of documentary sources to show the origins, history, and realities of slavery and .

This new Reader draws on a range of documentary sources to show the origins, history, and realities of slavery and the slave trade.

Series: Oxford Readers. Exploring the economic, cultural and political role of slavery in different societies, this volume includes selections from historians, economists and contemporaries - from those enslaved as well as from free members of slave owning societies. No current Talk conversations about this book.

This new Reader draws on a range of documentary sources to show the origins, history, and realities of slavery and the slave trade. Exploring the economic, cultural, and political role of slavery, the volume shows the similarities as well as the differences in different times and places. While focusing primarily on the Americas, the volume extends to a consideration of slavery in other societies in the classical world, Africa, Asia, and the contemporary world. With over 150 selections, varying from one paragraph to several pages in length, the volume ranges widely, from international slave trade regulations and the individual records of slaveowners, to legislative debate concerning the emancipation of slaves. The volume aims to show the diversity of human experiences of slavery, and explains the causes of both the ending as well as the origins of slavery. Covering many aspects of slavery, the volume considers the ways in which slavery has been justified and attacked, the operations of slave societies, and the experiences of those living in them. Selections are drawn from a wide variety of sources, such as biblical and philosophical discussions, the writings of slaves, slaveowners, abolitionists, economists, lawyers, and historians. In addition, the volume includes selections from many leading historians and economists studying slavery and emancipation.
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