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Manisha Sinha is associate professor of Afro-American studies and history at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Manisha Sinha.
In this comprehensive analysis of politics and ideology in antebellum South Carolina, Manisha Sinha offers a provocative new look at the roots of southern separatism and the causes of the Civil War. Challenging works that portray secession as a fight for white liberty, she argues instead that it was a conservative, antidemocratic movement to protect and perpetuate racial slavery.
Sinha discusses some of the major sectional crises of the antebellum era--including nullification, the conflict over the expansion of slavery into western territories, and secession--and offers an important reevaluation of the movement to reopen the African slave trade in the s. Retrieved July 29, Politico Magazine.
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- The Counterrevolution of Slavery: Politics and Ideology in Antebellum South Carolina;
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