Analysis Of Master Without Slaves By James J. Roark

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After effectively exploring the letters, diaries, and notebook of over 160 slave owning white plantation families, the author James J. Roark takes all of their responses and morphs it into the book “Masters without Slaves”. He writes about the blacks, weevils, scalawags, and debts of the Southern states but also incorporates the Southern views on secession, the Confederate government, federal reconstruction, and Emancipation.
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