|Other titles||Confining sale of articles made by convicts to State where made|
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The resulting convict leasing system ensnared not only men but also African American women, who were forced to labor in camps and factories to make profits for private investors. In this vivid work of history, Talitha L. LeFlouria draws from a rich array of primary sources to piece together the stories of these women, recounting what they. Convict Labor in America, book: Twice the Work of Free Labor (Book Review), More from these topics: As Coronavirus Spreads, New York Governor Exploits Prison Labor to Produce Hand Sanitizer, April 1, Book Description: In , the state of Georgia began to make its rapidly growing population of prisoners available for hire. The resulting convict leasing system ensnared not only men but also African American women, who were forced to labor in camps and factories to make profits for private investors. Convict Labor in the Portuguese Empire appropriately concludes with a chapter that discusses the comparative context of what Clare Anderson has termed the global “carceral archipelago."[ ] Coates has a novel and transparent approach to his major by: 2.
Twice the Work of Free Labor is the first book-length study of the history of the Southern convict-lease system and its successor, the chain gang. For nearly a century after the abolition of. In his seminal study of convict leasing in the post-Civil War South, Matthew J. Mancini chronicles one of the harshest, most exploitative labor systems in American history. Devastated by war, bewildered by peace, and unprepared to confront the problems of prison management, Southern states sought to alleviate the need for cheap labor, a perceived rise in criminal behavior, and the bankruptcy. Soon, markets for convict laborers developed, with entrepreneurs buying and selling convict labor leases. Unlike slavery, employers had only a small capitol investment in convict laborers, and. In his book, “Twice the Work of Free Labor: The Political Economy of Convict Labor in the New South,” historian Alex Lichtenstein noted that while some northern states used convict leasing, only in the South was complete control of prisoners turned over to the contractors, and only in the South did the places where convict laborers worked become known as “penitentiaries.”.
Twice the Work of Free Labor is the first book-length study of the history of the Southern convict-lease system and its successor, the chain gang. For nearly a century after the abolition of slavery, convicts labored in the South’s mines, railroad camps, brickyards, turpentine farms and then road gangs, under abject conditions. Books with the subject: Convict Labor. Up to 20 books are listed, in descending order of popularity at this site. Cool Hand Luke Donn Pearce. Additional Physical Format: Online version: United States. Bureau of Labor. Convict labor. Washington, Govt. Print. Off., (OCoLC) Document Type. Pt. II consists of Historical notes and Convict labor laws in the United States. Description: v, pages 24 cm. Contents: Pt. I. ch. 1. General tables --ch. 2. Analysis of tables --Ch. 3. State investigations --ch. 4. Advantages and disadvantages of various systems and plans --Pt. II. Historical notes [on convict labor in Europe and the.