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Slavery : opposing viewpoints

Author: William Dudley
Publisher: San Diego, CA : Greenhaven Press, ©1992.
Series: American history series (San Diego, Calif.)
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of articles and historical documents which present opposing viewpoints on the issue of slavery in the United States.
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Slavery.
San Diego, CA : Greenhaven Press, ©1992
(OCoLC)654910254
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Dudley
ISBN: 1565100131 9781565100138 1565100123 9781565100121
OCLC Number: 26132917
Description: 310 pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm.
Contents: Slavery is immoral / Samuel Sewall --
Slavery is moral / John Saffin --
Slavery should be allowed in Georgia / Citizens of Savannah --
Slavery should not be allowed in Georgia / Citizens of Darien --
Slaves should be freed to fight the American rebels / John Murray --
Slaves should not fight the American rebels / Virginia Gazette --
Slavery violates human rights / David Cooper --
Slavery does not violate human rights / Theodore Parsons --
Slavery is just / George McDuffie --
Slavery is evil / Theodore Dwight Weld --
Slavery is not oppressive / Nehemiah Adams --
Slavery is oppressive / Peter Randolph --
A positive reminiscence of slavery / Millie Evans --
A negative reminiscence of slavery / Mary Reynolds --
Resistance to slavery is not justified / Jupiter Hammon --
Resistance to slavery is justified / Henry Highland Garnet --
The Southampton slave insurrection was neccessary / Nat Turner --
The Southampton rebellion resulted in white violence / Harriet A. Jacobs --
Stricter laws can prevent slave revolts / John Floyd --
Only the abolition of slavery can prevent slave revolts / William Lloyd Garrison --
Emancipation should be gradual / St. George Tucker --
Emancipation should be immediate / William Lloyd Garrison --
Returning blacks to Africa will help end slavery / Robert Goodloe Harper --
Returning blacks to Africa will not end slavery / Colored Citizens of Philadelphia --
Emancipation is impractical / Thomas R. Dew --
Emancipation is practical / Lydia Maria Child --
The U.S. constitution supports slavery / William Ingersoll Bowditch --
The U.S. constitution does not support slavery / Frederick Douglass --
Constitutional rights do not extend to ex-slaves / Roger Taney --
Constitutional rights do extend to ex-slaves / Benjamin Robbins Curtis --Popular sovereignty over slavery divides the nation / Abraham Lincoln --
Popular sovereignty should decide slavery / Stephen A. Douglas --
Freeing the slaves should be the primary war aim / Horace Greeley --
Preserving the union should be the primary war aim / Abraham Lincoln --
Slavery left America with a weak moral foundation / John Hope Franklin --
America's founders recognized the dilemma of slavery / Herbert J. Storing.
Series Title: American history series (San Diego, Calif.)
Responsibility: William Dudley, book editor.

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