4 edition of A post slavery nightmare found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Walter Hewick.|
|LC Classifications||JC599.C27 H49 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 668 p. :|
|Number of Pages||668|
|LC Control Number||2004098687|
Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking, Seattle. 2, likes talking about this. BEST empowers and equips the business community to prevent human trafficking.5/5. The way I worked myself into this nightmare subject was reading about slavery in general. Roman and Greek slavery is well documented. Like farm or mine slaves, with a very short life span. Arab slavery, Transatlantic slavery as well. Haiti, Brazil, Jamaica also. Then I was reading about human sadism to others, like in wars.
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A POST-SLAVERY NIGHTMARE is a scathing indictment against most Caribbean leaders. In graphic form, it depicts a struggling people under the iron grip of ruthless leaders who are ill prepared to lead a people in the 21st century and beyond. These leaders use a systematic paradigm of victimization and exploitation to suppress and control their.
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“This book takes a broad, scholarly, but still readable look at Jim Crow--the system of laws and customs that confined blacks to second-class citizenship post-slavery and pre-civil rights.” —Philadelphia Inquirer “This is a clear, concise historical narrative of a draconian realityCited by: The book American Nightmare by Jerold M.
Packard is an insight on how life was like for people living in the Jim Crow era. I did not like this book for the reason that it was quite boring. It was super factual and monotone. The book itself did not hook me nor the topic. Although the book does have some powerful quotes that provide a meaning/5.
"This book takes a broad, scholarly, but still readable look at Jim Crow--the system of laws and customs that confined blacks to second-class citizenship post-slavery and pre-civil rights." -Philadelphia Inquirer "This is a clear, concise historical narrative of a draconian realityAuthor: Jerrold M Packard.
"This book takes a broad, scholarly, but still readable look at Jim Crow--the system of laws and customs that confined blacks to second-class citizenship post-slavery and pre-civil rights." –Philadelphia Inquirer "This is a clear, concise historical narrative of a draconian reality/5(44).
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