An Essay on Liberty and Slavery

An Essay on Liberty and Slavery

by Albert Taylor Bledsoe
     
 

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Was Southern slavery at odds with true liberty? To the contrary, the author clearly shows in this outstanding treatise that Southern slavery as it existed in the Nineteenth Century went a long way toward preserving the fragile social order by denying liberty to those who were as yet unprepared to make proper use of it. This book also demonstrates that the agenda of…  See more details below

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Was Southern slavery at odds with true liberty? To the contrary, the author clearly shows in this outstanding treatise that Southern slavery as it existed in the Nineteenth Century went a long way toward preserving the fragile social order by denying liberty to those who were as yet unprepared to make proper use of it. This book also demonstrates that the agenda of the Abolitionist movement of the mid-1860s was to utterly destroy constitutional government and to substitute a lawless egalitarianism (slavery for all) in its place.

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ISBN-13:
2940023686639
Publisher:
J.B. Lippincott & Co.
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
471 KB

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