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By Lydia Maria Child

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Slavery is so inconsistent with free institutions, and the spirit of liberty is so contagious under such institutions," Child explains, "that the system must either be given up, or sustained by laws outrageously severe; hence we find that our slave laws have each year been growing more harsh than those of any other nation" (70). In both her comparative approach and her astute insights, Child anticipates twentieth-century scholars who have revolutionized the study of slavery. 40 After this geohistorical survey, Child proceeds to explore the economics and politics of the slavery controversy.

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Child, Lydia Maria Francis, 18021880.  Karcher. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. ).  paper).  Title. 896'073dc20 95-21667 This book is published with the support and cooperation of the University of Massachusetts Boston. The introduction to this book is adapted from Chapter 8 of Carolyn L. : Duke University Press, 1994) with the permission of Duke University Press. The text of An Appeal here reprinted is that of the first edition (Boston: Allen and Ticknor, 1833).

Cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. ).  paper).  Title. 896'073dc20 95-21667 This book is published with the support and cooperation of the University of Massachusetts Boston. The introduction to this book is adapted from Chapter 8 of Carolyn L. : Duke University Press, 1994) with the permission of Duke University Press. The text of An Appeal here reprinted is that of the first edition (Boston: Allen and Ticknor, 1833). It has been compared with the second edition (New York: John S. Taylor, 1836) and emended to include new material from that edition and to indicate material from the 1833 edition omitted in the 1836 edition.

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