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Good. Stampp, Kenneth M. The Peculiar Institution: Slavery in the Ante-Bellum South. NY: Vintage, 1956. 436pp. Mass Market. Book condition: Good with rubbing to extremities, previous owner's name on edges of text block and half-title. Scarce underling in the first three chapters.
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When Professor Stampp wrote this book in the 1950's, he changed how Americans viewed the institution of slavery in the South. It is a must reading for anyone interest in the American South and slavery in the years just prior to the Civil War.
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