Misconceptions In 'Slavery By Another Name'
I assumed about the issues he presented, and each was followed up with sufficient evidence. The novel flowed well, and was definitely a page-turner. The only issue I could find was I feel as if the book should have been narrowed to less pages than it was. The book covered a lot of the same topics, and points, multiple times. I 'm sure it was to emphasize the point Blackmon was trying to convey, but I feel like it only made the novel harder to digest than it would have been otherwise. I believe that if Blackmon had demonstrated each point once, it would have been a much faster read, and I would have enjoyed the book more. I also would have more time to analyze it, and reflect on what I had learned from it. While this issue is something I feel kept me from reflecting on the book, I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. Each part of the book contributed further to my understanding of the most fundamental parts of American history. Overall, "Slavery by Another Name" improved my understanding of the effects racism had throughout history. Blackmon constantly provides examples of how racism created barriers. After finishing the novel, I felt confident in my understanding of the continuation of slavery through the late