3 -The Political Economy of the Slave Trade

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The Slave Trade and the Political Economy of Genocide The first of all commodities to be exchanged is labour, and the freedom of man consists only in the exercise of the right to determine for himself in what manner his labour shall be employed, and how he will dispose of its products. Henry Charles Carey
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English Mercantilism and the English Mercantilism and the Creation of the Atlantic World Creation of the Atlantic World Stitching together the Atlantic World and why Piracy played a central role
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The Rise of Empires in an Era of Ceaseless Warfare, 1500-1780 1568-1648 Dutch Revolt against Spain 1588 War Between England and Spain 1562-1598 Hugenot Revolts in France 1618-48: Thirty Years' War (English, French, Dutch, Saxony, Sweden, Prussia, Spain and more) 1619: 1st African slaves in Virginia 1620: Mayflower lands in Plymouth 1653-54 Anglo- Dutch War 1642-46: English Civil War 1665-67 Second Anglo-Dutch War 1672-74 Third Anglo-Dutch War (England and France v. Netherlands) 1688: "Glorious Revolution" 1702-13 War of Spanish Succession (England, Spain, France) (Queen Anne’s War in North America) 1740-48 War of Austrian Succession (England, Prussia, Russia, France, Austria) 1739 War with Spain 1745 Jacobite Rebellion & Bonnie Prince Charlie 1756 Seven Years War between French and English 1756–63 Worldwide war fought in Europe, North America, and in India between France, Austria, Russia, Various German States, Sweden, and (after 1762) Spain on the one side and Prussia, Great Britain, and Hanover on the other. 1776-81 The American Revolution (Also fought between England, France, Spain and the Netherlands
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Lest We Forget Upon Whose Shoulders We Now Stand - Betye Saar Slavery broke the world in half, it broke it in every way; It broke Europe.It made them into something else, it made them slave
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