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Slavery : opposing viewpoints, William Dudley, book editor

Label
Slavery : opposing viewpoints
Title
Slavery
Title remainder
opposing viewpoints
Statement of responsibility
William Dudley, book editor
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A collection of articles and historical documents which present opposing viewpoints on the issue of slavery in the United States
Member of
Summary
Provides two-sided arguments on such topics as the beginning of slavery in early America, abolitionism, and the living conditions of the slaves
http://library.link/vocab/ext/novelist/bookUI
300208
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
973/.0496
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
  • E441
  • H83.G44
LC item number
  • .S636 1992
  • S63 1992
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/ext/novelist/minGradeLevel
  • 10
  • 12
Nature of contents
bibliography
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True
Series statement
American history series
Target audience
adolescent
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/titleRemainder
opposing viewpoints
Label
Slavery : opposing viewpoints, William Dudley, book editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 299-305) and index
Contents
Slavery is immoral / Samuel Sewall -- Slavery is moral / John Saffin -- Slavery should be allowed in Georgia / Citizens of Savannah -- Slavery should not be allowed in Georgia / Citizens of Darien -- Slaves should be freed to fight the American rebels / John Murray -- Slaves should not fight the American rebels / Virginia Gazette -- Slavery violates human rights / David Cooper -- Slavery does not violate human rights / Theodore Parsons -- Slavery is just / George McDuffie -- Slavery is evil / Theodore Dwight Weld -- Slavery is not oppressive / Nehemiah Adams -- Slavery is oppressive / Peter Randolph -- A positive reminiscence of slavery / Millie Evans -- A negative reminiscence of slavery / Mary Reynolds -- Resistance to slavery is not justified / Jupiter Hammon -- Resistance to slavery is justified / Henry Highland Garnet -- The Southampton slave insurrection was neccessary / Nat Turner -- The Southampton rebellion resulted in white violence / Harriet A. Jacobs -- Stricter laws can prevent slave revolts / John Floyd -- Only the abolition of slavery can prevent slave revolts / William Lloyd Garrison -- Emancipation should be gradual / St. George Tucker -- Emancipation should be immediate / William Lloyd Garrison -- Returning blacks to Africa will help end slavery / Robert Goodloe Harper -- Returning blacks to Africa will not end slavery / Colored Citizens of Philadelphia -- Emancipation is impractical / Thomas R. Dew -- Emancipation is practical / Lydia Maria Child -- The U.S. constitution supports slavery / William Ingersoll Bowditch -- The U.S. constitution does not support slavery / Frederick Douglass -- Constitutional rights do not extend to ex-slaves / Roger Taney -- Constitutional rights do extend to ex-slaves / Benjamin Robbins Curtis --Popular sovereignty over slavery divides the nation / Abraham Lincoln -- Popular sovereignty should decide slavery / Stephen A. Douglas -- Freeing the slaves should be the primary war aim / Horace Greeley -- Preserving the union should be the primary war aim / Abraham Lincoln -- Slavery left America with a weak moral foundation / John Hope Franklin -- America's founders recognized the dilemma of slavery / Herbert J. Storing
Control code
403498
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
310 p.
Isbn
9781565100138
Isbn Type
(lib. bdg. : acid-free paper)
Lccn
92021796
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm26132917
  • (OCoLC)26132917
Label
Slavery : opposing viewpoints, William Dudley, book editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 299-305) and index
Contents
Slavery is immoral / Samuel Sewall -- Slavery is moral / John Saffin -- Slavery should be allowed in Georgia / Citizens of Savannah -- Slavery should not be allowed in Georgia / Citizens of Darien -- Slaves should be freed to fight the American rebels / John Murray -- Slaves should not fight the American rebels / Virginia Gazette -- Slavery violates human rights / David Cooper -- Slavery does not violate human rights / Theodore Parsons -- Slavery is just / George McDuffie -- Slavery is evil / Theodore Dwight Weld -- Slavery is not oppressive / Nehemiah Adams -- Slavery is oppressive / Peter Randolph -- A positive reminiscence of slavery / Millie Evans -- A negative reminiscence of slavery / Mary Reynolds -- Resistance to slavery is not justified / Jupiter Hammon -- Resistance to slavery is justified / Henry Highland Garnet -- The Southampton slave insurrection was neccessary / Nat Turner -- The Southampton rebellion resulted in white violence / Harriet A. Jacobs -- Stricter laws can prevent slave revolts / John Floyd -- Only the abolition of slavery can prevent slave revolts / William Lloyd Garrison -- Emancipation should be gradual / St. George Tucker -- Emancipation should be immediate / William Lloyd Garrison -- Returning blacks to Africa will help end slavery / Robert Goodloe Harper -- Returning blacks to Africa will not end slavery / Colored Citizens of Philadelphia -- Emancipation is impractical / Thomas R. Dew -- Emancipation is practical / Lydia Maria Child -- The U.S. constitution supports slavery / William Ingersoll Bowditch -- The U.S. constitution does not support slavery / Frederick Douglass -- Constitutional rights do not extend to ex-slaves / Roger Taney -- Constitutional rights do extend to ex-slaves / Benjamin Robbins Curtis --Popular sovereignty over slavery divides the nation / Abraham Lincoln -- Popular sovereignty should decide slavery / Stephen A. Douglas -- Freeing the slaves should be the primary war aim / Horace Greeley -- Preserving the union should be the primary war aim / Abraham Lincoln -- Slavery left America with a weak moral foundation / John Hope Franklin -- America's founders recognized the dilemma of slavery / Herbert J. Storing
Control code
403498
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
310 p.
Isbn
9781565100138
Isbn Type
(lib. bdg. : acid-free paper)
Lccn
92021796
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm26132917
  • (OCoLC)26132917

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