The relationship of slavery and american politics is a historical perennial in slavery in the american republic political scientist david f ericson joins the discussion by emphasizing the positive role that the presence of slavery in the american republic played the development of the federal governmentin the traditional narrative ericson contends slavery had little to do with the . Slavery in the american republic developing the federal government 1791 1861 by david f ericson review gary j kornblith register of the kentucky historical society volume 111 number 1 winter. Slavery in the american republic developing the federal government 1791 1861 by david f ericson lawrence university press of kansas 2011 xii 298 pp 3750 historians and political scientists both stand to gain from this book david f ericson engages profitably with an impressive . Reviews slavery in the american republic developing the federal government 1791 1861 by david f ericson ix 298 pages appendixes notes index lawrence university press of kansas 2011 cloth 3750. Many scholars believe that the existence of slavery stymied the development of the american state because slaveholding southern politicians were so at odds with a federal government they feared would abolish their peculiar institution
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