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State sovereignity and slavery a reinterpretation of proslavery constitutional doctrine, 1846-1860 by Arthur Bestor

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Published by Bobbs-Merrill in Indianapolis .
Written in English


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Reprinted from Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. LIV, Summer, 1961.

StatementArthur Bestor.
SeriesBobbs-Merrill reprint series in history -- H-24
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Open LibraryOL19096820M

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  As Getachew’s book prompts us to consider, this is more than just conceding that slavery, exploitative labor, mandation, structural adjustment, or any other strategies of imperial and international politics, were once envisioned as gradually emancipatory projects. It asks us to reckon with the willful conditions of the impossible sovereignty. Sovereignty, RIP is poised to upend the conversation about one of the key terms of modern political life.”—Sophia Rosenfeld, author of Democracy and Truth: A Short History "Don Herzog has written a brilliant book that we all must read immediately.   Between Sovereignty and Anarchy considers the conceptual and political problem of violence in the early modern Anglo-Atlantic, charting an innovative approach to the history of the American Revolution. Its editors and contributors contend that existing scholarship on the Revolution largely ignores questions of power and downplays the Revolution as a contest over sovereignty. Quite early in the book, Herzog tells us that sovereignty in early modern Europe “was a weapon of state-building and a world soaked in blood, awash in cruelty” page He argues that the classic concept of sovereignty “appears over and over again in actual historical settings, in political and legal struggles, not just in learned tomes.