Emancipation Without War: If Some Friends (Quakers) Had Organized For COMPENSATED EMANCIPATION, Could They Have Prevented the Civil War? With Some Implications for Today for Criminal Justice, Abortion, and Programs of American Friends Service Committee (Quaker Pamphlet Studies In Quakerism 18)
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No date, although probable 1990. Stated "Studies in Quakerism 17" although actually number 18. A left-stapled booklet with light pink covers measuring 5-3/8" by 8-1/2" and containing 40 internal pages. The Contents are: Historic Alternatives; Counterfactual Analyses; Emancipation and the Civil War; The Election of 1860; Compensated Emancipation; Other Gradualist Efforts; Liberty and Free Soil Parties; The Compromise of 1850; Quakers and Anti-Slavery Efforts; How Could Emancipation Have Been Achieved Without War?; Implications for Today: Prisons; Implications for Today: Abortion; Implications for Today for the American Friends Service Committee; Sources Used; Relevant Sources Not Consulted; Table 1: 1860 Votes, Close States; Tables 2-4: Electoral Vote by Parties. Very light small remnant to front cover from price sticker removal. Bookseller Inventory # 007912
Title: Emancipation Without War: If Some Friends (...
Publisher: Progressive Publishers, Chicago, IL
Publication Date: 1990
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: As New
Edition: 1st Edition
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