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A volume in the Problems in World History series, this book features a variety of secondary-source essays that are carefully edited for both content and length, making this single volume a convenient alternative to course packets or multiple monographs. Most often used as a supplementary text for upper-level courses, The Atlantic Slave Trade includes chapter introductions, essay introductions, and annotated bibliographies.
Table of Contents
|Why Were Africans Enslaved?|
|Economics Not Racism, as the Root of|
|The Simultaneous Invention of|
|Sugar and Slavery from the Old to the New World|
|The Cultural Roots of|
|The Slave Trade Within Africa Mungo Park,West Africa in the 1790s|
|African Narratives of Enslavement|
|West Central Africa Joseph E. Inikori,Guns for Slaves|
|The Middle Passage Olaudah Equiano,An African's Ordeal|
|An Abolitionist's Evidence|
|A Historian's Recount|
|Profits and Losses|
|The Achievements of the "Numbers Game"|
|Effects in Africa|
|An Alliance to Raid for Slaves|
|The Unequal Partnership Between Africans and Europeans|
|Social and Demographic Transformations|
|Africa's Effects on the Slave Trade|
|Effects in Europe and the Americas|
|Slavery, Industrialization, and Abolition|
|The Williams Thesis after Fifty Years|
|An African Nation in Colonial Louisiana|
|African Cultural Dynamics in the Americas|
|Abolition Adrian Hastings,Abolitionists Black and White|
|African Opponents of Abolition|
|The Idea of Progress|
|Slave Revolts and the End of Slavery|
|Suggestions for Further Reading|
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