Slavery and the Southern economy; sources and readings, compiled and edited by Harold D. Woodman.

New York, Harcourt, Brace and World [1966] .

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Subjects Economic history.
Slavery -- Southern States.
Southern States -- Economic conditions.
Southern States.
Series Forces in American economic growth series.
Description x, 261 pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 260-261).
Contents Standard of living of the planter class -- Comparative advantages and disadvantages in the employment of slave labor -- Measurement of income from planting with slave labor -- Future prospects for production by slave labor -- Planter-farmer competition -- Yeomen -- Poor whites -- Slavery as a civilizing agency -- Slavery as a demoralizing and brutalizing force -- Irrelevance of slavery to southern development -- Economic advantage of slavery -- Economic disadvantages of slavery -- Need for plantation organization -- Comparative economic development of the west and the south -- Stultifying effects of tradition.
Geographic Area Southern States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)427066
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WorldCat Identities Woodman, Harold D.
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