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Slavery by Another Name A Pulitzer Prize-winning history of the mistreatment of black Americans. Full description
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'Urgent, definitive, powerful. The most important work of history published in a very long time.' Bill Cosby In "Slavery by Another Name" Douglas A. Blackmon eviscerates one of our schoolchildren's most basic assumptions: that slavery in America ended with the Civil War. Mr. Blackmon unearths shocking evidence that the practice persisted well into the 20th century.' New York Times
'Excellent ... deeply harrowing' Author: Dominic Sandbrook, Sunday Times
'Through his diligent investigation in to forced labour, Blackmon has unearthed and examined another important strand of post-Civil War Southern white hegemony.' Author: Literary Review
Douglas Blackmon was the Atlanta Bureau Chief of the Wall Street Journal until 2009 and then became the journal's Senior national Correspondent.
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