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"Sociology for the South" - George Fitzhugh - Antebellum Era - Slavery - APUSH

"Sociology for the South" - George Fitzhugh - Antebellum Era - Slavery - APUSH
"Sociology for the South" - George Fitzhugh - Antebellum Era - Slavery - APUSH
"Sociology for the South" - George Fitzhugh - Antebellum Era - Slavery - APUSH
"Sociology for the South" - George Fitzhugh - Antebellum Era - Slavery - APUSH
"Sociology for the South" - George Fitzhugh - Antebellum Era - Slavery - APUSH
"Sociology for the South" - George Fitzhugh - Antebellum Era - Slavery - APUSH
"Sociology for the South" - George Fitzhugh - Antebellum Era - Slavery - APUSH
"Sociology for the South" - George Fitzhugh - Antebellum Era - Slavery - APUSH
Product Description
The following is a primary source excerpt from George Fitzhugh from his book, The Sociology of the South. Fitzhugh, as a strong advocate for the “positive good” of slavery, discusses the differences between the slave system of the South and the wage system of the North during the antebellum era. This reading is perfect for use as an in-class reading or as a homework assignment.

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Total Pages
2 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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