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A Treatise on the Patriarchal, or Co-operative System of Society as it Exists in Some Governments and Colonies in America, and in the United States, Under the Name of Slavery, with its Necessity and Advantages was the first serious published defense of slavery in the United States, after its independence. Written by Florida planter and Quaker Zephaniah Kingsley, it was first published under the signature “A Resident of Florida” in 1828, although Kingsley's name is found at the end of the Preface. It was reprinted in 1829, 1833, and 1834, indicating significant readership. No other pro-slavery writing in the United States was reprinted as many times.

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  • A Treatise on the Patriarchal, or Co-operative System of Society as it Exists in Some Governments and Colonies in America, and in the United States, Under the Name of Slavery, with its Necessity and Advantages was the first serious published defense of slavery in the United States, after its independence. Written by Florida planter and Quaker Zephaniah Kingsley, it was first published under the signature “A Resident of Florida” in 1828, although Kingsley's name is found at the end of the Preface. It was reprinted in 1829, 1833, and 1834, indicating significant readership. No other pro-slavery writing in the United States was reprinted as many times.
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  • A Treatise on the Patriarchal, or Co-operative System of Society as it Exists in Some Governments and Colonies in America, and in the United States, Under the Name of Slavery, with its Necessity and Advantages was the first serious published defense of slavery in the United States, after its independence. Written by Florida planter and Quaker Zephaniah Kingsley, it was first published under the signature “A Resident of Florida” in 1828, although Kingsley's name is found at the end of the Preface. It was reprinted in 1829, 1833, and 1834, indicating significant readership. No other pro-slavery writing in the United States was reprinted as many times. Kingsley believed that "free people of color", better treated in Spanish Florida than in the American South, should be allowed to own property, and other rights, and made the case that they were beneficial to the country in which they lived.
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