Time on the Cross: Evidence and Methods, a Supplement, Volume 2

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Little, Brown, 1974 - Slavery - 267 pages
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Review: Time on the Cross: The Economics of American Slavery

User Review  - Marks54 - Goodreads

Robert Fogel just died and I realized that I had not included his book, which I avidly read in 1990. He won the Nobel in economics for this book (and other works). It is his analysis of slavery in the ... Read full review

Review: Time on the Cross: The Economics of American Slavery

User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

A provocative, important, and terribly misconceived analysis of antebellum American slavery; it is an economic study rather than a history (history being multifaceted). Still fascinating to read and discuss. Read full review

Contents

Appendix A Science Humanism and Ideology in
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Appendix B Technical Notes
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Major Bodies of Data Collected by Cliometricians
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