He ran away from home as an adolescent and never finished high school. Foner , The Industrial Workers of the World, — , vol. This applies to modern day revisionists who attempt to dismiss the lingering effects of chattel slavery in race relations within the United States. If there is one real flaw in this book, it would seem to be that it treats contemporary issues as of a little too cursorily, and ends on a note which would now seem, in hindsight, overly hopeful. Johise marked it as to-read Nov 27,
As property, the slave was without rights to marriage, to children, to the product of his work, or to freedom. Preston Cole rated it really liked it Sep 05, Preview — Slave and Citizen by Frank Tannenbaum. Return to Book Page. Check date values in: This page was last edited on 15 April , at
I was surprised by his sense of empathy for the fellow man. This page was last edited on 15 Aprilat Books by Frank Tannenbaum. Josh marked it as to-read Jun 19, His conception of the “Dramatization Of Evil” led to the further development of the symbolic interactionist labeling theorywidely used in both sociology and social psychology.
Florida State University — Department of Criminology. Tannenbaum helped formulate legislation that established the Farm Security Administration.
Lists with This Book. Tannenbaum published a number of articles in Foreign Affairs: Alexanderwho went on to become professor of history at Rutgers Universityspecializing in the trade union movement in Latin America and dissident communist political parties.
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Covering a broad range of topics the Middle Passage, the tannenbaumm regimes under which Latin American and Anglo-American slaves existed, the roles of the Catholic Church in Latin America and of the Protestant churches in the Anglo-American countries, the institutional ramifications of slavery in the Western Hemisphere – including that of inevitable racial mixing – Tannenbaum nevertheless manages to make lucid and insightful comparisons about them all.
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Rebekah added it Feb 03, Nick marked it as to-read Mar 02, As property, the slave was theiss rights to marriage, to children, to the product of his work, or to freedom. He retired from Columbia University in To ask other readers questions about Slave and Citizenplease sign up. In the Iberian peninsula, on the other thexis, Negro slaves were common, and the laws affecting them were well developed.
Philip Chase marked it as to-read Aug 28, The Making of a Convict Criminologist abstract “. Casey rated it really liked tannenhaum Apr 17, Emma Goldman described his arrest and imprisonment in her memoirs, Living My Life Retrieved 12 February Frank Tannenbaum’s volume comparing the experiences with slavery of Latin America with those of the Anglophone colonies of the West Indies and the United States, is tannenhaum concise, well-sourced and often brutally-frank treatment of the subject. Still a recommended read, albeit in concert with other more contemporary contributions.
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