Note-Corner cut from front fly page. Ex-library book in good condition with typical stamps and markings. Pages are clean and the binding is tight. *NOTE* Stock photo may not represent the actual book for sale.
Good. No Jacket. Ex-Library. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Minor edge and corner wear; no dj; lightly scuffed and scratched; corners are lightly bumped and rubbed; some light shelf wear; ex-library with the usual library markings; overall a nice used copy! Tan cloh with brown lettering on the spine. 339 informative and historical pages nicely enhanced by black and white illustrations! "The belief that slavery is 'a key to the meaning of our national experience, ' has taken root in recent years. The results have been predictable. Within the last quarter of a century the institution of slavery in the United States has been subject to an unprecedented probing, its investigators providing new insights by making greater use of nontraditional sources and by re-examining those of older acceptance............"-------from the Foreword.
SIGNED, inscribed by the author. --Collection from newspapers, manuscript archives, pamphlets, private libraries, of antislavery documents. Edited by Roger Bruns. Includes bibliography and index. 551 pages. --Thick hardcover. Condition: very good, in very good dust jacket (short tears). --Chapters include: First Futile Voices, Natural Rights, Revolutionary War years, and after. ISBN 0877540357.
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