Black American intellectualism and culture : a social study by James L Conyers

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For a good, brief discussion, see 28-33. An essay of seminal importance is James A. Henretta, Tie Evolution ofAmer' William W. , 1973), Review 77 (1972): 81-93. 57-63. 19. Eugene Genovese has explored this 11. Kenneth M. Stampp, "Slavery: The Historian's Burden," in Owens, Per- duality within the slave system, and placed it within the context of his particspectives and Irony, 153-7. 12. Richard S. Dunn, "Black Society in ular ideological perspective. See his Roll, the Chesapeake, 1776-1810," in Berlin Jordan, Roll, 49-70.

10 Some historians, including Kenneth Stampp, 11 have seen the Revolution as a great missed opportunity to get rid of slavery, but in fact there was never much likelihood that such an opportunity would have been widely perceived, let alone seized. In 1787, the framers of the Constitution employed various circumlocutions to avoid using the actual word "slavery," but they gave the institution tacit recognition and protection where it already existed. S. population of less than four million. The generation of the founding fathers, not altogether surprisingly, shrank from the formidable task of tackling the problem of slavery head-on, although it was not averse to attacking its weaker points.

Gut- towards their work. 22. , 78-9. man, Wehard Sutch, Peter Temin, and Gavin Wright, leckoning with Slavery; A 23. " in 1976), and Herbert G. , Reckoning with Slavery, and the Numbers Game: A Critique of186-9, 195-202; Eichard Vedder, "The "Time on the Cross" (Urbana, III, 1975). Slave Exploitation (Expropriation) late," 14. Gutman and Sutch, "Sambo Makes Explorations in Economic History, 12 Good, or Were Slaves Imbued with the (1975); 453-7; Roger L. " in David et al,, Richard Sutch, One Kind of Freedom: The Economic Consequences of Emancipation eds.

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