Reviewing the fallout from an influential but fatally flawed work of popular history about “white…
Liam Hogan

I first came across this “white slavery” myth while doing family history research (genealogy, sadly, is an area rife with this kind of self-serving ideology). Intrigued I started googling — thankfully your work was one of the first hits. Not a historian but I truly appreciate what you’re doing here. Also intrigued by parallels, of victimization and projection primarily, with the other major occurrence of the WS term — as it relates to hysteria over sexual slavery and the Other, early 20th c.

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