United States V. Amistad: Slave Ship Mutiny
Marshall Cavendish, 2006 - 144 էջ
Discusses one of the first "civil rights" cases heard by the Supreme Court--based around a Spanish ship carrying African slaves, who revolted and petitioned for their freedom--whose ruling dealt a blow to the slave trade.
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