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Slave Nation: How Slavery United the…
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Slave Nation: How Slavery United the Colonies and Sparked the American…

by Alfred Blumrosen

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In 1772, the High Court in London brought about the conditions that would end slavery in England by freeing a black slave from Virginia named Somerset. This is an account of the role slavery played in the drawing of the US Constitution and in shaping the United States.… (more)

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