American slavery: the question of resistance. Edited by John H. Bracey, Jr., August Meier [and] Elliott Rudwick.
Contributor(s): Meier, August [joint comp.] | Rudwick, Elliott M [joint comp.].Material type: TextSeries: Explorations in the Black experience: Publisher: Belmont, Calif., Wadsworth Pub. Co. Description: 202 p. 21 cm.ISBN: 0534000177; 9780534000172.Subject(s): Slave insurrections -- United StatesAdditional physical formats: Online version:: American slavery.DDC classification: 326/.0973
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Includes bibliographical references.
Racial problems, adjustments and disturbances, by U.B. Phillips.--American slave insurrections before 1861, by H. Wish.--Day to day resistance to slavery, by R.A. Bauer and A.H. Bauer.--A troublesome property, by K.M. Stampp.--Slave personality and the concentration camp analogy, by S. Elkins.--Chattel slavery and concentration camps, by E.E. Thorpe.--Rebelliousness and docility in the Negro slave: a critique of the Elkins thesis, by E.D. Genovese.--On Denmark Vesey, by H. Aptheker.--The Vesey plot: a reconsideration, by R.C. Wade.--Denmark Vesey's slave conspiracy of 1822: a study in rebellion and repression, by R.S. Starobin.--Religion, acculturation, and American Negro slave rebellions: Gabriel's Insurrection, by G. Mullin.--Resistance to slavery, by G.M. Fredrickson and C. Lasch.--The general causes of Jamaican slave revolts, by H.O. Patterson.