Occasional Discourse on the Negro Question
The essay "Occasional Discourse on the Negro Question" was written by Thomas Carlyle about the acceptability of using black slaves and indentured servants. It was first anonymously published as an article in Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country of London in February, 1849, and was reprinted as a pamphlet four years later with the title Occasional Discourse on the Nigger Question. The essay was the spark of a debate between Carlyle and John Stuart Mill.
It was in this essay that Carlyle first introduced the phrase "the dismal science" to characterize the field of economics.

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"Occasional Discourse on the Negro Question". by. Thomas Carlyle. 1849. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country§ (London, Vol. XL., February 1849).
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In response to Thomas Carlyle, “Occasional Discourse on the Negro Question,” Fraser's Magazine, XL (Dec., 1849), 670-9. The Somerville College copy has ...
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OCCASIONAL DISCOURSE ON THE NIGGER QUESTION.1 The following Occasional Discourse, delivered by we know not whom, and of date seemingly above a year back, may perhaps be welcome to here and there a speculative reader.
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