The Battle Over Memory

Wire sculptures depicting the arrival of African slaves in New York at the exhibition
Wire sculptures depicting the arrival of African slaves in New York at the exhibition "History of Slavery in New York" last September (Frank Franklin Ii/ap)

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Reviewed by Ira Berlin
Sunday, February 12, 2006

COMPLICITY

How the North Promoted, Prolonged, and

Profited From Slavery

By Anne Farrow, Joel Lang and Jenifer Frank

Ballantine. 269 pp. $25.95

AWAY DOWN SOUTH

A History of Southern Identity

By James C. Cobb

Oxford Univ. 404 pp. $30

THE SOUTHERN PAST

A Clash of Race and Memory

By W. Fitzhugh Brundage


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