The White Man's Burden: Historical Origins of Racism in the United States

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Oxford University Press, 1974 - Всего страниц: 229
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An abridgement of the acclaimed White Over Black, which won both the National Book Award and a Bancroft Prize. This study attempts to answer a simple question: What were the attitudes of white men toward Negroes during the first two centuries of European and African settlement in what became
the United States of America?

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Initial English Confrontation with
3
Defective Religion
10
Libidinous Men
18
Enslavement of Africans in America
26
The Practices of Portingals and Spanyards
33
Virginia and Maryland
39
Scots Irish and Indians
46
Freedom and Control in
57
The Secularization of Equality
120
The Imperatives of Economic Interest and National
125
The Limitations of Antislavery
134
Humanitarianism and Sentimentality
141
The Contagion of Liberty
149
The Resulting Pattern of Separation
155
Self and Society
165
The Issue of Intellect
175

Free Negroes and Fears of Freedom
64
Regional Styles in Racial Intermixture
70
Negro Sexuality and Slave Insurrection
79
The Negros Spiritual Nature
87
Inclusion and Exclusion in the Protestant Churches
93
The Negros Physical Nature
99
Rational Science and Irrational Logic
106
THE REVOLUTIONARY ERA 17551783
113
White Women and Black
182
The Individual and His Society
188
The Chain of Being and the Stamp of Color
194
Erasing the Stamp of Color
201
The Virginia Program
207
Exodus
217
Suggestions for Further Reading
227
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Winthrop D. Jordan was professor of history, University of Mississippi and renowned writer on the history of slavery and the origins of racism in the United States.

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