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African Founders: How Enslaved People Expanded American Freedom

This riveting, extensive study will prove invaluable to students of the history of slavery and African American history.

Fairness and Freedom

Although Fischer wants to make this book a comparative study of the grand political ideals of fairness and freedom (a global scope would have worked well for that goal and justified the length), ultimately it's more an introduction to New Zealand history, made more understandable for Americans with the addition of basic U.S. history. Best for Americans interested in learning more about New Zealand's history, the British Empire, and international political history or for potential study-abroad students.

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