Ernst Zundel interviews Michael A. Hoffman author of They were White and They were Slaves

The chronicle of White slavery in America comprises the dustiest shelf in the darkest corner of suppressed American history. Should the truth about that epoch ever emerge into the public consciousness of Americans, the whole basis for the swindle of “Affirmative action,” “minority set-asides” and proposed “Reparations to African-Americans” will be swept away. The fact is, the White working people of this country owe no one. They are themselves the descendants, as Congressman Wilmot so aptly said, of “the sons of toil.” — Michael A. Hoffman II

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Articles by Michael A. Hoffman II:

Cinque, the Black Hero of Spielberg’s “Amistad,” Was Himself a Slave-Trader

The Forgotten Slaves: Whites in Servitude in Early America and Industrial Britain

Of White Slaves: Hoffman’s Fact-Finding and Research Trip to Great Britain, 1997