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The Peculiar Institution Slavery in the Ante Bellum SouthNg book Mr Stampp wants to show specifically what slavery was like why it existed and what it did to the American people Bruce Catton. Be prepared to be educated by a book that was banned in the south until 1975

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Ploiting labor is one of the most important and influential works of American history written in our timeA thoughtful and deeply movi. I hate this book and I hate its ideology I read it for the historiography part of one of my assignments at uni The idea that the White slaveholders were victimised by the slave trade than the slaves themselves and were suffering from the moral oppression than the physical oppression suffered by the slaves is utter bullshit I found this book almost comical I don't understand how any historian can seriously write a book on the slave trade and believe that the white slaveowners didn't have a choice in the matter that they weren't in the wrong As a historian I should take every approach into consideration but this is one that I won't be referencing to back up my own opinions

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The Peculiar Institution: Slavery in the Ante-Bellum South Read & download í 106 Ó Winner of the Lincoln PrizeStampp's classic study of American slavery as a deliberately chosen practical system of controlling and exploiting labor is one of the most important and influential works of American history Winner of the Lincoln PrizeStampp's classic study of American slavery as a deliberately chosen practical system of controlling and ex. I was supposed to read this in college and didn't My mistake It is considered the definitive text on the subject and now I know why Thorough rigorous and deeply moving Written back when academics could write lucid English prose I never realized how much guilt the slave owners had I always figured they just didn't know any better but an entire culture performed tortuous intellectual gymnastics to make themselves feel okay about the 'thingification' of other humans Someone on this site said that every American should read this book and while I hesitate to tell other people what to read I'm sort of inclined to agree I wish I'd read it when I was supposed to