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How the defense and prosecution framed 'self defense' in the State of Missouri v. Celia case
University of Michigan professor Martha S. Jones provides context and analysis of the State of Missouri v. Celia case during a lecture. Jones is the director of the Celia Project on the history of sexual violence, women, and slavery in the U.S.
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