Slavery and Sectional Strife in the Early American Republic, 1776–1821
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Slavery and Sectional Strife in the Early American Republic, 1776–1821 focuses on slavery as a moral and political issue that threatened the unity and stability of the United States from the nation's inception. In tracing the story of slavery in America's history from 1776 through the Missouri Compromise, Gary J. Kornblith highlights a number of important themes: the general acceptance of slavery in colonial America, the reevaluation of human bondage during the American Revolution, how decisions made by the Founding Fathers shaped the future of slavery in the new United States, and whether the Civil War was the inevitable result of those decisions. Students are encouraged to reach their own conclusions through reading key primary documents.
|Sold By||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers|
|ISBNs||9780742550957, 9781442200616, 1442200618, 9780742550964, 9781442200616|
|Number of Pages||180|