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Race, prejudice, and the origins of slavery in America / edited by Raymond Starr, Robert Detweiler.

Contributor(s): Starr, Raymond | Detweiler, Robert (Robert C.).
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Schenkman Pub. Company ; [1975]Copyright date: ©1975Distributor: Morristown, N.J. : Distributed by General Learning Press Description: x, 164 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0870736655; 9780870736650.Subject(s): Slavery -- United States -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 | Slavery -- Economic aspects -- United StatesDDC classification: 973/.04/96073 LOC classification: E446 | .R24
Contents:
Williams, E. Capitalism and slavery.--Handlin, O. and M.F. Origins of the Southern labor systems.--Degler, C.N. Slavery and the genesis of American race prejudice.--Jordan, W.D. Modern tensions and the origins of American slavery.--Gossett, T.F. The beginning of race consciousness in America.--Jordan, W.D. Initial English attitudes toward Africans.--Cantor, M. The colonial image of the Negro.--Boskin, J. Education as an index of differentiation.--Plumb, J.H. Does race prejudice cause slavery?--Bibliography: pages 159-164.
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Williams, E. Capitalism and slavery.--Handlin, O. and M.F. Origins of the Southern labor systems.--Degler, C.N. Slavery and the genesis of American race prejudice.--Jordan, W.D. Modern tensions and the origins of American slavery.--Gossett, T.F. The beginning of race consciousness in America.--Jordan, W.D. Initial English attitudes toward Africans.--Cantor, M. The colonial image of the Negro.--Boskin, J. Education as an index of differentiation.--Plumb, J.H. Does race prejudice cause slavery?--Bibliography: pages 159-164.

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