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  • Slavery, Race, and Conquest in the Tropics: Lincoln, Douglas, And The Future Of Latin America

    Slavery, Race, and Conquest in the Tropics challenges the way historians interpret the causes of the American Civil War. Using Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas's famed rivalry as a prism, Robert E. May shows that when Lincoln and fellow Republicans opposed slavery in the West, they did so partly from evidence that slaveholders, with Douglas's assistance, planned to follow up successes in Kansas by bringing Cuba, Mexico, and Central America into the Union as slave states. A skeptic about "Manifest Destiny," Lincoln opposed the war with Mexico, condemned Americans invading Latin America, and warned that Douglas's "popular sovereignty" doctri...
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  • Slavery, Race, and Conquest in the Tropics - eBook

    Slavery, Race, and Conquest in the Tropics challenges the way historians interpret the causes of the American Civil War. Using Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas's famed rivalry as a prism, Robert E. May shows that when Lincoln and fellow Republicans opposed slavery in the West, they did so partly from evidence that slaveholders, with Douglas's assistance, planned to follow up successes in Kansas by bringing Cuba, Mexico, and Central America into the Union as slave states. A skeptic about 'Manifest Destiny', Lincoln opposed the war with Mexico, condemned Americans invading Latin America, and warned that Douglas's 'popular sovereignty' doctrine would
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  • Slavery, Race, and Conquest in the Tropics : Lincoln, Douglas, and the Future of Latin America

    "Slavery, Race, and Conquest in the Tropics challenges the way historians interpret the causes of the American Civil War. Using Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas's famed rivalry as a prism, Robert E. May shows that when Lincoln and fellow Republicans opposed slavery in the West, they did so partly from evidence that slaveholders, with Douglas's assistance, planned to follow up successes in Kansas by bringing Cuba, Mexico, and Central America into the Union as slave states. A skeptic about "Manifest Destiny," Lincoln opposed the war with Mexico, condemned Americans invading Latin America, and warned that Douglas's "popular sovereignty" doctrine would
    Slavery Race And Conquest In The Tropics
    Slavery, Race, and Conquest in the Tropics challenges the way historians interpret the causes of the American Civil War. Using Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas's famed rivalry as a prism, Robert E. May shows that when Lincoln and fellow Republicans opposed slavery in the West, they did so partly from evidence that slaveholders, with Douglas's assistance, planned to follow up successes in Kansas by bringing Cuba, Mexico, and Central America into the Union as slave states. A skeptic about "Manifest Destiny," Lincoln opposed the war with Mexico, condemned Americans invading Latin America, and warned that Douglas's "popular sovereignty" doctrine would

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  • Paine Genealogy. Ipswich Branch. Including a Brief History of the Norman Race (to Which All Families of Paine Belong) from Its Origin Unitl the Conquest and the Crusade in Which Hugo de Payen Served

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    Slavery Race And Conquest In The Tropics
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  • Paine Genealogy. Ipswich Branch. Including a Brief History of the Norman Race (to Which All Families of Paine Belong) from Its Origin Unitl the Conquest and the Crusade in Which Hugo de Payen Served (

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    Slavery Race And Conquest In The Tropics
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  • Conquest of a Continent: Or, The Expansion of the Races in America (Hardcover)

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    Famous naturalist, zoologist, and benefactor Madison Grant's second book describes in detail the Nordic racial composition of the Europeans who first colonized and settled the United States of America--and who founded that country.The author starts with a review of race and racial origins, including a brief review of European racial history. This reveals the Nordic origins of the original settler groups who moved to America in the mid-17th century.He then discusses the settlement of America, region by region, from the East Coast to the West, revealing that America reached its Nordic zenith in 1860, when over 90 percent of that

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  • An Interview with Robert E. May

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    Robert E. May, the author of SLAVERY, RACE, AND CONQUEST IN THE TROPICS, discusses the often-overlooked role of foreign policy and the debate over slavery's expansion into Latin America as catalyst...
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    048 The Southern Vision of a Vast Empire of Slavery

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    This week at In The Past Lane, the history podcast, we look at how in the decades before the Civil War, proslavery southerners dominated US foreign policy and promoted a vision of an ever expanding...
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    Imperialism: Crash Course World History #35

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    In which John Green teaches you about European Imperialism in the 19th century. European powers started to create colonial empires way back in the 16th century, but businesses really took off in th...
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