Melton McLaurin notes that the Celia’s defense

Melton McLaurin notes that the Celia’s defense “challenged the role of white man as the protector of women within southern society . . .[and] challenged the concept of male honor, a crucial element of the South’s social system.” What does Celia’s story and “the sexual politics of slavery” have to say about antebellum families and women generally?

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