John Elliot Cairnes: Collected Works, Volumen2

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INTRODUCTORY THE CASE STATED
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Slavery the central problem of American history
10
Real cause of secession
16
True origin of the war obscured by its proximate occasion
22
Rapid growth of the AntiSlavery sentiment
28
Various explanations of the phenomenon
36
Merits and defects of slave labour
43
Slave and free products
52
The Leavenworth Constitution
230
Union
247
Breach with the Democratic partySecession
254
Its place in current history
260
Possible conditions of independence
267
Equal partition of the Territories
273
Modification of slavery involved in the success of the South
282
Sectional resistance powerless before the exigencies
297

CHAPTER III
64
Manufactures and commerce excluded
72
Social consequences
81
Free industry in new countries compared with slave industry
94
Each principle to be tested by its proper fruits
100
Position of slavery at the Revolution
206
Missouri claimed as a slave state
212
Designs upon Texas
218
Designs upon Kansas
224
Obligation to render moral support
303
Necessity of a recourse to despotic expedients
321
Secession under conditions
329
Immediate and universal emancipation
339
APPENDICES
353
E The Slave aristocracy in Brazil
376
K Spirit of the Slave laws
382
The Philosophy of Secession by L W Spratt
390
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