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The Triumph of Nationalism/The House Dividing
Topic: Culture of the Common ManTopic: Cult of DomesticityTopic: ReligionTopic: ExpansionTopic: America in 1850
Topic: Expansion
Overview of Triumph of Nationalism
Resource Menu: Expansion
Text 1. Charles Sellers
Text 2. Hezekiah Niles
Text 3. Elias Boudinot
Text 4. Lewis Cass
Text 5. James Glover Baldwin
Text 6. George Fitzhugh
•  Reading Guide
» Link

Text 7. Henry David Thoreau
Text 8. Harriet Beecher Stowe


RESOURCE MENU Reading Guide » Link

Link Page
6.  George Fitzhugh, Sociology for the South; or, The Failure of Free Society, 1854
Ch. 5: "Negro Slavery"


Sociology for the South; or, The Failure of Free Society
Link
http://docsouth.unc.edu/fitzhughsoc/fitzhugh.html

Note: On this page, scroll down to page 82 to read Ch. 5.


Online
Source


Documenting the American South
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries


Printing

If you choose to print this text:
-   Copy/paste chapter 5 into a word-processing
    document, remove extraneous paragraph
    marks and spacing, and print the document.
-   Length: 5 1/4 pages in 12-point text with 1" margins,
    single-spaced.

Supplemental
sites


Brief overview of Fitzhugh, from the site

Overview of Fitzhugh and Sociology, from Fairfield University






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