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 [The] primary subject is the folk thought regarding ethics that was grounded in the slave‚Äôs experience, more so than on policies and political outcomes. Slave histories rarely give the voice of slaves such priority.
--Choice

 Offers a refreshing interpretation of the intellectual contributions of enslaved and formerly enslaved blacks and the legacy of their moral economy in the United States. --
--Journal of Southern History

 An informative and provocative book. --
--The Griot


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