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The Antislavery debate

capitalism and abolitionism as a problem in historical interpretation

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Antislavery movements,
    • Antislavery movements -- United States,
    • Capitalism,
    • Capitalism -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by Thomas Bender ; with essays by John Ashworth, David Brion Davis, and Thomas L. Haskell.
      ContributionsBender, Thomas., Ashworth, John., Davis, David Brion., Haskell, Thomas L., 1939-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHT1033 .A63 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 325 p. ;
      Number of Pages325
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1542250M
      ISBN 100520066391, 0520077792
      LC Control Number91021075

        The Antislavery Debate by John Ashworth, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(32).   The abolitionist movement was the effort to end slavery, led by famous abolitionists like Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth and John Brown.

      The Slavery Debate As early as the debates over the Declaration of Independence, slavery had divided Americans. But not until the s did a mass movement, inspired by religious revivals that swept much of the North, emerge favoring the abolition of slavery. The American slavery debate occurred during a time of increasing connections among the continents and islands of the Atlantic Ocean: an area that includes Europe, the Caribbean, Central and South America, and Africa. It also illustrates how the abolition of slavery in Haiti established an important case study that proslavery and antislavery.

      The book was written in by Harriet Beecher Stowe. In the novel, Tom was a Christian slave who stood up for his beliefs. Asked in US Civil War, Slavery, Uncle Tom's Cabin. "Making an Antislavery Nation elucidates overlooked or underemphasized dimensions of the shifting set of beliefs about freedom and slavery that cohered into Lincoln's ideological vision of an anti-slavery nation."--Reviews in History "[A] thoughtful and valuable new contribution to the unending debate about the coming of the Civil War."


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About the Book. This volume brings together one of the most provocative debates among historians in recent years. The center of controversy is the emergence of the antislavery movement in the United States and Britain and the relation of capitalism to this development.

The Antislavery Debate What can a historian do when there is not enough empirical evidence to produce a quantitative and comprehensively thesis for a social historical problem that defies psychological scrutiny.

David Brion Davis opted for an answer that satisfies cynic assumptions with circumstantial evidences. Davis argues that the strength 5/5(3). The Antislavery Debate book. The Antislavery debate book reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This volume brings together one of the most provocative debates amo /5.

The AHR essays and the relevant portions of Davis's book are reprinted here. In addition, there are two new essays by Davis and Ashworth and a general consideration of the subject by Thomas Bender. This is a highly disciplined, insightful presentation of a major controversy in historical interpretation that will expand the debate into new realms.

In The Debate Over Slavery David F. Ericson makes the controversial argument that despite their many ostensible differences, most Northern abolitionists and Southern defenders of slavery shared many common commitments: to liberal principles; to the nation; to the nation's The Antislavery debate book mission in history; and to secular progress.

He analyzes, side-by Cited by: 6. "A debate of intellectual significance and power. The implications of these essays extend far beyond antislavery, important as that subject undoubtedly is.

This will be of major importance to students of historical method as well as the history of ideas and reform movements." Carl N. Degler, Stanford University. This book is a study of American antislavery and proslavery rhetoric spanning the years from to ¹ Throughout, I assume that rhetoric mattered.

Rhetoric mattered in this period of American history not because the antislavery and proslavery arguments themselves abolished the. The Antislavery Debate. Now watch the following video. After you watch, refer to the chart below that lists various antislavery approaches, including those described in the video.

Next to each one, explain how the approach would or would not advance the idea of freedom in America. This debate emerged in after Thomas L. Haskell challenged, in the pages of the American Historical Review,(8) a certain interpretation of the relationship between capitalism and abolitionist thought in David Brion Davis' monumental study, The Problem of Slavery in the Age of Revolution.(9) Davis initially seemed shocked that Haskell had chosen to focus on only.

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In the United States, pro-slavery sentiment arose in the antebellum period as a reaction to the growing antislavery movement in the United States in the late 18th century and early 19th century. Zephaniah Kingsley is the author of the most popular pro-slavery tract, self-published in and reprinted threeMatthew Estes published A defence of Negro slavery, as it.

Making an Antislavery Nation: Lincoln, Douglas, and the Battle over Freedom by Graham A. Peck thoughtful and valuable new contribution to the unending debate about the coming of the Civil War."--Civil War Book Review "Making an Antislavery Nation is an elegant and important reinterpretation of the political battles between slavery and Brand: University of Illinois Press.

Haskell, T. L., Davis, D. and Ashworth, J. () in what was ultimately published in a volume entitled, The Antislavery Debate: Capitalism and Abolitionism as a Problem in Historical Interpretation (Berkeley CA: University of California Press, ) Haskell’s quotation is Cited by: 3.

In The Debate Over Slavery David F. Ericson makes the controversial argument that despite their many ostensible differences, most Northern abolitionists and Southern defenders of slavery shared many common commitments: to liberal principles; to the nation; to the nation's special mission in history; and to secular progress.

He analyzes, side-by. It was that which distinguished abolitionists and their Radical allies from the mass of antislavery Republicans. But even if Oakes is wrong about which policy was the radical one, his book. Antislavery Debate, Kenneth P. Minkema and Harry S.

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Anti-Slavery International is the world's oldest human rights organisation working to free people from all forms of slavery across the world.

Enhance the study of abolitionism and slavery at your institution with a rich panoply of perspectives from advocates and opponents.

Part I: Debates over Slavery and Abolition contains 7, books and pamphlets, more than eighty newspaper and periodical titles, and eighteen major manuscript collections.

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