Asia in the Undergraduate Curriculum: A Case for Asian Studies in Liberal Arts Education : A Case for Asian Studies in Liberal Arts Education
The contributors place the development of Asian studies programs in small colleges in historical context, make a compelling case for the inclusion of Asian studies in the liberal arts curriculum, and consider the challenges faced in developing and sustaining Asian studies programs and ways of meeting such challenges now and in the future.
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- Hardback | 184 pages
- 160.5 x 235.7 x 17.8mm | 439.99g
- 10 May 2000
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
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In this significant revision of his acclaimed work, Paul Finkelman places the problem of slavery in the context of early American politics and the making of the Constitution. He argues that slavery was a bone of contention from the first days of the Constitutional Convention to the last, and demonstrates persuasively that the debate on slavery in national politics and the problem of fugitive slaves predated the antebellum period. A new chapter argues that it was the Federalists who took the high road on the issue of slavery by supporting emancipation, while supporters of Jefferson formed the first pro-slavery political party.