Slave and Citizen

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Beacon Press, 1992 - Social Science - 128 pages
Originally published in 1947, Slave and Citizen is a classic in the field of comparative slave history and race relations."A significant historiographic milestone in the study of American slave systems. It has been a point of departure for most studies done on slavery and race relations since World War II."-Franklin W. Knight
 

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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
14
Section 3
14
Section 4
14
Section 5
29
Section 6
42
Section 7
56
Section 8
82
Section 9
92
Section 10
106
Section 11
113
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Frank Tannenbaum (1893-1969) was a sociologist specializing in criminology research. He is best known for his theory centralizing the "dramatization of evil," that in defining criminal acts perceived as evil, all previous behavior falls under question. This concept remains a steadfast component of sociology and criminology study. Tannenbaum's works include Crime and the Community, A Philosophy of Labor, and Slave and Citizen: The Classic Comparative Study of Race Relations in the Americas.

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