4 thoughts on “The Amistad slave rebellion, new book

  1. Even with all that we know about the history of slaving, I still don’t think the so-called developed world understands the implications, nor is willing to embrace the consequences of this terrible trade. So many of us, though, pay homage to the grandeur of the great mansions that were built from plantation profits. I suppose one interesting tangent is that our ongoing addiction to sugar is slowly killing us.

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