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Reckoning

From the Second Slavery to Abolition, 1776-1888

«Tremendously impressive, the result of a lifetime of learning. Historical writing at its best»

Marcus Rediker, author of <i>The Slave Ship</i>
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Forlag
Verso Books
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
544
ISBN
9781804293416
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
23 x 15 cm

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«Tremendously impressive, the result of a lifetime of learning. Historical writing at its best»

Marcus Rediker, author of <i>The Slave Ship</i>

«By concluding his decades-long project on New World slavery, and by drawing the attention of British readers to an often-neglected aspect of that history, Blackburn has fittingly capped a lifetime of scholarship.»

Michael Taylor, Literary Review

«A comprehensive history of the final years of slavery in the Americas ... The Reckoning provides important insight into why the United States political and commercial reality is where it's at today.»

Ron Jacobs, Counterpunch

«A magnificent conclusion to a quartet of books on New World slavery ... in explaining the economics of the Second Slavery [Blackburn] never lets us forget the brutality under-pinning it. It kept me riveted throughout.»

Chris Bambery, Counterfire

«Robin Blackburn, longtime editor of the New Left Review, is probably the foremost Marxist historian of New World slavery working today ... With The Reckoning: From the Second Slavery to Abolition, 1776-1888, the historian provides the long-awaited concluding volume to his chronological trilogy on racial slavery in the New World.»

Owen Dowling, Jacobin

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