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'Slavery by Another Name' Examines Post-Civil War Convict Labornew

Douglas Blackmon argues -- passionately, forcefully and convincingly -- that by any measure, blacks in the states of the former Confederacy saw their freedom so warped and constrained in the decades after the Civil War that the overwhelming majority were not in any meaningful way free.
The Texas Observer  |  Todd Moye  |  12-17-2008  |  Nonfiction

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