Slave and Citizen
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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