Pro-Slavery Thought in the Old South. [Inscribed and Signed]
Inscribed and signed by the author. From the publishers: “In this volume the author studies the body of thought that developed in the Old South in defense of the institution of domestic slavery. The growth of the slavery defense is traced from its earliest utterances in America to its complete statement, and the pro-slavery argument in its finished form is carefully analyzed.”
Description: Pro-Slavery Thought in the Old South. [Inscribed and Signed]
Chapel Hill: UNC Press, 1935. 381 pages. First edition. Octavo. 8vo, publisher’s cloth in variant green binding; without very scarce jacket. Foxing to texblock edges and (less so) to half-title and title-pages, else very good.