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Slavery And Race: In American Popular Culture

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In this ambitious work, William L. Van Deburg offers the first inter-disciplinary survey of American popular culture and its historical attitudes toward slavery and race. Spanning more than three centuries, from the colonial era to the present, Van Deburg's overview analyzes the works of American historians, dramatists, novelists, poets, lyricists, and filmmakers, and ...more
Paperback, 280 pages
Published February 15th 1984 by University of Wisconsin Press
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