Principles for Measuring the Damages of American Slavery

Public Affairs Quarterly, 16 (4):377-404 (2002)
Abstract
Either slavery has done no measurable damage to the descendants of slaves, or. if it has. that there are no individuals in the present generation who are obligated to make payments to them,though the federal government may be responsible for a portion of the damages.
Keywords reparations for slaver
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