What underlying assumptions about racial diversity do Hume’s essay and Hancock’s design share? Based on
these similarities, what broader conclusions can you draw about the role race played in eighteenth-century
English society and culture?
Tell the reader who Hume and Hancock were, what the geographical context is, and what major historical
processes we can place them within?

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