After Slavery: Emancipation and its Discontents
Routledge, Jan 11, 2013 - History - 320 pages
A collection of essays in which every contributor focuses upon some aspect of slave emancipation with the aim of assessing to what extent the outcome met with expectation. The hopes and disappointments that characterized the transition from slavery to freedom are depicted.
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