David Brion Davis's trilogy on the Problem of Slavery in World History is one of the most distinguished and honoured series of the past generation. The second book in the series, The Problem of Slavery in the Age of Revolution, first published in 1975 by Cornell University Press, won the National Book Award, the Beveridge Award and the Bancroft Prize. This is a reprint of that book. This edition features a new preface, exploring the antislavery debate of two decades, which was sparked among American historians by the original edition.

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