The Ruling Race: A History of American Slaveholders
Knopf, 1982 - 307 halaman
This study analyzes the market economy of the South, the people and groups that constituted the class of slaveholders, and the paradox of a Southern ideology, rooted in the economy, that emphasized equality of opportunity, patriotism, democracy, and racis
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53 Once the cotton was ginned , many small growers sold their crops to the itinerant merchants who traveled through the undeveloped areas of the antebellum South , where no small town economy was yet established .
Every slaveholding farmer had to decide how worthwhile it was to plant crops for home consumption that diminished the ... foodstuffs and raising livestock that only minimally interfered with the planting cycle of the cash crop .
To a large extent this was because they grew crops that were consistently profitable and could not be grown elsewhere : rice in the South Carolina lowlands , sea - island cotton off the Georgia coast , sugar in southern Louisiana .
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Oakes provides ample evidence in the Chapter "Mater Class Pluralism" for the existence of a democratic and pluralistic tradition in the antebellum South. In Oakes' account, the antebellum South was ... Baca ulasan lengkap
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