A Short History of Slavery

Title A Short History of Slavery
Abstract

"A Short History of Slavery" is a comprehensive exploration of the history of slavery from ancient times to the modern era. James Walvin examines the economics, politics, and social factors that contributed to the rise of slavery and its lasting impact on societies around the world. Through his insightful analysis, Walvin provides a detailed account of the slave trade and the brutal treatment of enslaved individuals throughout history. His work serves as an important reminder of the ongoing struggle for human rights and the need for continued efforts to combat modern forms of slavery. This book is a valuable resource for anyone seeking to gain a deeper understanding of one of the most significant and tragic chapters in human history.

Author James Walvin
Publisher Penguin Books
Publication Date 2007
Edition first
Number of Pages 258
Length [mm] 196
Width [mm] 129
Depth [mm] 21
Condition good

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