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Richard Huzzey

New documents released this week reveal the extent to which Britain benefited financially from the slave trade.

A biography of historian-statesman Thomas Babington Macaulay and his abolitionist father Zachary  advances the history of Britain and the British Empire.

After bringing slavery in the West Indies to an end in 1834, Britons differed over how to treat other forms of oppression around the world, says Richard Huzzey.

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