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Bury the Chains: The First International Human Rights Movement

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Bury the Chains: The First International Human Rights Movement - Hochschild, Adam

Eighteenth-century Britain was the world's leading exponent of the slave trade: profits soared and among the beneficiaries were the Church of England and London's Tate Gallery. Yet in the space of a few short years, beginning in 1788, a group of Abolitionists moved the cause of anti-slavery to the very centre of British political life, from the ... Read More

Bury the Chains: The First International Human Rights Movement 2005, Macmillan, London

ISBN-13: 9780333904916

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