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For many years American historians had argued that slavery was an antiquated economic system that was not compatible with the capitalism then developing in the north. Edward Baptist’s work challenges this notion and argues that American slavery was closely tied to modern legal, financial, and economic systems. In what ways was American slavery an eminently modern system according to Baptist? How was the development of American capitalism directly connected to the expansion of American slavery?
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