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The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism

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This article has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef. Google Scholar Citations. Baptist born is an American academic and writer.

Thematically, he has been interested in the history of capitalism and has also been interested in digital humanities methodologies. He is the author of numerous books. Baptist is a Professor of History at Cornell University.

His areas of interest are 19th-century United States and especially the history of enslavement in America. In September , Baptist's work came to prominence when The Economist magazine gave his book The Half Has Never Been Told an unfavorable review for characterizing slave owners negatively. The review generated widespread outrage against the publication and resulted in a rare withdrawal of the article and an apology from the magazine. Had the Economist actually engaged the book's arguments, the reviewer would have had to confront the scary fact that the unrestrained domination of market forces can sometimes amplify existing forms of oppression into something more horrific.

No wonder the Economist abandoned its long-standing intellectual commitments in favor of sloppy old paternalism on Sept.

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Anonymous might have had to admit that market fundamentalism doesn't always provide the best solution for every economic or social problem. In , Baptist was awarded a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship for a new project on the history of the policing of African Americans from Jamestown to Ferguson. Baptist lives in Ithaca, New York. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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