Table of contents for Abolition : a history of slavery and antislavery / Seymour Drescher.
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Part I. Extension: 1. A perennial institution; 2. Expanding slavery; 3. Extension and tension; 4. Border skirmishes; Part II. Crisis: 5. Age of American revolution 1770s-1820s; 6. Franco-American revolutions 1780s-1820s; 7. Latin American revolutions 1810s-1820s; 8. Abolitionism without revolution: Great Britain 1770s-1820s; Part III. Contraction: 9. British emancipation; 10. From colonial emancipation to global abolition; 11. The end of slavery: Anglo-America; 12. Abolishing New World slavery: Latin America; 13. Constructing Old World slavery: 1870s-1920s; Part IV. Reversion: 14. Inversion in Europe; 15. Afterword.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Slavery -- History.
Antislavery movements -- History.