The Slave Ship: A Human History

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The slave ship was the instrument of history's greatest forced migration and a key to the origins and growth of global capitalism, yet much of its history remains unknown. Marcus Rediker uncovers the extraordinary human drama that played out on this world-changing vessel. Drawing on thirty years of maritime research, he demonstrates the truth of W.E.B DuBois's observation: the slave trade was 'the most magnificent drama in the last thousand years of human history'. The Slave Ship" focuses on the so-called 'golden age' of ...

The Slave Ship: A Human History 2008, Penguin Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780143114253

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The Slave Ship: A Human History 2008, John Murray Publishers Ltd, London

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The Slave Ship: A Human History 2008, Findaway World

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The Slave Ship: A Human History 2007, Viking Books, New York, NY

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The Slave Ship: A Human History 2007, John Murray Publishers Ltd, London

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The Slave Ship: A Human History 2007, Tantor Media Inc, Old Saybrook

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The Slave Ship: A Human History 2007, Tantor Media Inc, Old Saybrook

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The Slave Ship: A Human History 2007, Tantor Media Inc, Old Saybrook

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