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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The state maps of the antebellum South were thus dotted with hundreds of small towns from which emanated the only sense of community most slaveholders could ever know . “ Each town is the centre of a circle which extends many miles ...
Some were pretty , with town squares and attractive public buildings ; others were dilapidated , little more than a ... New towns were filled with young unmarried men , professionals looking for a place to start a career or open an ...
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 .
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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
THE MARKET CULTURE
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