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Slavery, Racism, & Civil Rights
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Slavery & Racism : This 5 page paper examines the issue
of slavery and its connection to racism. Although many
assume that prejudice is an inherent part of slavery, some
scholars argue that the institution was simply a vehicle of
economic need. Two articles which tackle this issue are
summarized and compared. A one page outline is also
provided. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Slavrace.wps

Slavery In Colonial America : A 6 page paper on slavery in
Colonial America in which the writer discusses such
concepts as slave societies, slaves as an economic necessity,
etc.; Sections also focus on the hardships endured by slaves
including physical abuse, mental torture, and more. Social
and political issues as they existed are examined in great
detail and the paper concludes with words on how early
U.S. political ideology began to attack slavery and plant the
seeds for eventual conflict between the North and South.
Bibliography lists 9 sources. Slaveryc.wps

Slave Life in the American Colonies : This 9 page paper
provides a comprehensive overview on slavery in America.
One section explores differences between slaves in the
North and South and another looks specifically at slave
families. Much is discussed concerning culture and customs
as it existed in colonial America as pertinent to slavery. A
brief history on the inception of slavery in America is also
included. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Slavlife.wps

Blassingame’s “The Slave Community” / Interpersonal
Bonds :
A 6 page paper looking at the way prominent
historian John W. Blassingame reinterpreted black history
through the use of authentic slave narratives in this landmark
1972 book. The paper concludes that Blassingame’s
abundant evidence proves the existence of not only strong
family ties but strong community ties as well among the
slaves on plantations. Bibliography lists 1 source.

A Comparison of Slavery in Greek and Roman Times with
Slavery in the Americas :
A 12 page review of the
institution of slavery in ancient times and that which existed
in the “New World” after colonization by European
peoples. Discusses the encomienda system in Central and
South America which essentially enslaved the Native
Americans of the region and the use of black slaves in the
Americas as well. Provides period quotes from Frederick
Douglass and Alexis Tocqueville illustrating two different
views of black slavery in the Americas. Compares the
similarities and differences and summarizes that in the
Americas the distinction between slave and master was
more often racially based and therefore the slave seldom
achieved a societal position of equal which was possible in
Rome and Greece. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

The Slave Narrative, White Readership, and the Oral
A five page paper analyzing five different works
by slaves or former slaves (Olaudau Equiano, Harriet
Jacobs, Frederick Douglass, David Walker, and Nat Turner)
in the light of their reliance on literacy or the oral tradition
to further their cause. The paper points out that regardless of
whether the intended readership was black or white, black
writers of the pre-Civil War period relied heavily on
communications arts both to muster opposition to slavery
and to encourage blacks not to give up hope. Bibliography
lists four sources. KBslave.wps

Slavery In The New World / Work Force : A 5 page
research essay that investigates the reasons Africans came to
be exploited as slave labor. Researchers point to the sugar
boom in the Mediterranean and then again in Brazil, labor
shortages and the reliability of black slaves. Both nations
owed their success to black slaves. Their success established
the model of labor for a successful colony. The model was
then repeated in developing colonies. Bibliography included.

American Slavery/American Freedom - An Analysis :
A 6 page analysis of Edmund S. Morgan's book American
Slavery/American Freedom: The Ordeal of Colonial
Virginia. In this book Morgan examines the economic and
demographic development of early Virginia. The fact that
a love for liberty and equality in the American colonies
developed simultaneously with a reliance on the institution
of slavery is the central dichotomy in the study of early
American history. Morgan examines this relation and
postulates that the experience of Virginia is indicative and
applicable to the rest of the colonies regarding the issue of
slavery. No additional sources cited. Americans.wps

Debates On The Abolition Of Slavery : An 8 page paper
that defines the hottest event leading up to 1876 to be the
debate over the abolition of slavery, not only on moral
grounds, but also on the political grounds of retaining the
union of states. Debate topics include writings and speeches
made by Garnet, Douglass, Garrison, Grimske, Lowell and
Walker. The paper concludes with comments around the
Lincoln "house divided" speech, and the Lincoln-Douglas
debate of Oct 15 1858. Bibliography lists more than a dozen
sources. Slavec.wps

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