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The Counter Revolution of 1836: Texas slavery & Jim Crow and the roots of American Fascism

The Counter Revolution of 1836: Texas slavery & Jim Crow and the roots of American Fascism

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General Political ScienceGeneral Racism & Ethnic StudiesRegional: Southwest

ISBN10: 0717800016
ISBN13: 9780717800018
Publisher: Harbour Pub
Published: May 11 2022
Pages: 632
Weight: 1.74
Height: 1.40 Width: 5.50 Depth: 8.50
Language: English

When Mexico moved to abolish slavery, Texas seceded in 1836-in a replay of 1776-- in order to perpetuate enslavement of Africans forevermore. Until 1845 Texas was an independent nation and moved to challenge the U.S. for leadership in the odious commerce of the African Slave Trade: Texas also competed vigorously with the U.S. in the dirty business of denuding Mexico by snatching California in the race to the Pacific and domination of the vaunted China market.

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Regional: Southwest