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The Peculiar Institution
the slave ships. Stampp also characterizes some critics of slavery who? King describes Stampp's "fascinating" depiction of "the psychological indoctrination that was necessary from the master's viewpoint to make a good slave." 2 References edit). " Profit and Loss " - slave value; economic gains and losses the Reformed Meringues through slavery; slavery in the economic system; agrarian.
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The Peculiar Baby
Establishing National Institutions
Later work by other historians qualified certain of Stampp's findings, citation needed clarification needed but, the Peculiar Institution remains a central text in the study.S. The space given to an adult male, five and a half feet wide by sixteen inches in width, was no larger than a grave. American South from the 17th through the mid-19th century, including demographics, lives of slaves and slaveholders, the Southern economy and labor systems, the Northern and abolitionist response, slave trading, and political issues of the time. quot;s extensively from The Peculiar Institution. Not that slavery was a good thing, mind youbut still, it probably hurt the Negroes less than the it did the whites. Slaves were usually given Sundays and holidays off. An interesting element of the book opening the Minds of an Oppressed Society is how Stampp analyzes the standard view of historians such. Stampp wrote, "Prior to the Civil War southern slavery was America's most profound and vexatious social problem. During these slave auctions, families were torn apart, mothers separated from children, husbands from wives. Stampp held that the national debate over the morality of slavery was the focal point of the,.S. The Peculiar Institution: Slavery in the Ante-Bellum South is a non-fiction book about slavery published in 1956, by academic, kenneth. Certain rituals remained African, such as burials.