The author compares slave societies with the ir relatively modern counterparts in the New World to show a new perspective on the history of slavery. He sheds light o n the complex ways in which ideological interests affect his torical interpretation. '
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In this study of slavery in ancient Greece and Italy, Sir Moses Finley discusses how slave societies came into being and considers, the moral, social, and economic underpinnings that allowed them to prosper.
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