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Slavery: The "Broken Window" of American Economic History

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12/09/2020Lipton Matthews

The "New Historians" can identify the ostensible economic prowess of slavery, but they have ignored the many unseen costs imposed by slave economies.

Original Article: "Slavery: The "Broken Window" of American Economic History​".

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