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Response to Review no. 604

I take it as a great compliment to Race and Liberty in the New Nation that the only criticism Professor Temperley offers of the book is that it could use a dose of Mencken- or Twain-like wit. Professor Temperley intuits correctly; while I found ironies in the story of how Virginians wrestled with the problemContinue reading “Response to Review no. 604”