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Presentations by the Authors Sources Several reference works appear in many chapters because they provided background and guided us to research by specialists: Rodriguez Santa Barbara, CA: The Rise and Fall of Slavery in the New World, by the eminent slavery scholar David Brion Davis, gave us perspective on slavery throughout history and on the birth of abolitionism.
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