George Fitzhugh, the Honest Socialist

In the mid-nineteenth century debates over the virtues and evils of slavery, the arguments from the pro-slavery southerners evolved from a claim that slavery was a “necessary evil” to arguments that it was a “positive moral good.” A large part of this evolution in perspect

Source: George Fitzhugh, the Honest Socialist

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