Principles and Agents

@inproceedings{Richardson2022PrinciplesAA,
  title={Principles and Agents},
  author={DavidP. Richardson},
  year={2022}
}
Britain’s abolition of its slave trade in 1807 was a defining moment in modern history, yet it continues to excite controversy, in part because the nation dominated European trafficking of Africans to America in 1783–1807. Through an analysis of market conditions at the British, African, and West Indian points of the infamous triangular trade, as well as of issues of credit and of agency dilemma involved in their integration, this book seeks to explain that dominance. Though legally sanctioned… 
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