Students Give The Right But Unrealistic Answer To Professor’s Question About Their Hypothetical Stance On Slavery As A White Person In The South In The Early 19th Century

Robert P. George, a Princeton University professor, recently asked his students what their position would have been if they were white and living in the South before the abolition of slavery in 1865. Of course, the students said that they would be abolitionists. So, they would have all been against …

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