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AMST 5406: Power, Politics, and Institutions in the United States- Slavery (Alphonso): Home


This guide was tailored specifically to meet your research needs for AMST 5406. Here, you will find links to your class readings as well as additional resources that relate to your readings and lectures that will help get you started on your research papers and class assignments. This guide is by no means the extent of our resources, so I would encourage you to reach out to me or any of my colleagues if you would like one-on-one research assistance. 

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