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Atlantic World, 1750-1900: Slavery, Capitalism, and Revolution
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Examination of how slavery changed, grew, and was increasingly challenged during the “Dual Revolutions” that struck the Atlantic world between 1790 and 1860. The Industrial Revolution, and the democratic revolutions that created independent, modern nation-states from France to Brazil, take us to a phase beyond colonialism and mercantilism.


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