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By Robert William Fogel

"[Fogel's] enormously cautious trying out of all attainable resources and his pioneering methodological process have allowed [him] either to extend our wisdom of an associations operation and disintegration and to resume our tools of research." ―from the quotation to Robert William Fogel for the Nobel Memorial Prize in financial Sciences

over the last quarter-century, Robert William Fogel has blazed new trails in scholarship at the lives of the slaves within the American South. Now he provides the dramatic upward thrust and fall of the "peculiar institution," because the abolitionist move rose right into a strong political strength that pulled down a possible impregnable procedure.

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