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THE CONSTITUTION AND SLAVERY

THE CONSTITUTION AND SLAVERY

Sources illustrate the different views of several delegates to the Constitutional Convention as well as some of those who argued for and against ratification. The secondary sources debate the question of whether the Constitution protected and entrenched slavery as an institution. Concluding exercises have students consider questions such as "Why do you think the Framers used such vague language when dealing with slavery in the Constitution?"primarysources
This Title is part of the Series: THE HISTORIAN'S APPRENTICE

QuantityOrder CodeISBNMedia/ContentPrice
HS365-WBSSS 9781575962832 Reproducible unit $39.95
HS365E-WBSSS Downloadable version (zip file; 28 MB) $39.95

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