Table of contents for The political languages of emancipation in the British Caribbean and the U.S. South / Demetrius L. Eudell.

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1 The Song That Antislavery Sung:
Abolition and the Great Transformation 23
2 A Steady and Certain Command of Labour:
Political Languages in the Immediate
Postemancipation Anglo-Americas 41
3 This Work of Civilization:
The Secular, Evangelical Mission
of the Special Magistrates and
the Freedmen's Bureau Officials 67
4 The Vexed Question of Original Unity:
The Political Language of Race
and the Politics of Emancipation lol
5 Delusions of a False Canaan:
On Morant Bay, Redemption, and
the Incomplete Victory of Emancipation 131
Conclusion: The Paradox of Emancipation
and the Limits of Abolitionist Thought 167
Notes 181
Bibliography 211
Index 227


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Slaves Emancipation West Indies, British, Slaves Emancipation Southern States