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Effecting Moral Change: Lessons from the First Emancipation

@inproceedings{Landis2015EffectingMC,
  title={Effecting Moral Change: Lessons from the First Emancipation},
  author={H. John Landis},
  year={2015}
}
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Slavery: annual bibliographical supplement (2015)

For 2015 the bibliography continues its customary coverage of secondary writings published since 1900 in western European languages on slavery or the slave trade anywhere in the world: monographs,

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