I don't think it had been reposted, but I tried it again, and it worked.
It was an interesting link.
I recently read a book entitled An Imperfect God: George Washington, His Slaves, and the Creation of America
by Henry Wiencek. George and Martha Washington weren't all that wonderful to their slaves. In fact, this book reveals a lot of dispicable things done to the Mount Vernon slaves as well as how George actually participated in raffling off slaves in Williamsburg, VA to settle the debts of a man he knew. Most of the histories about Washington go into great detail about how he "freed" his slaves in his will. Washington's conscience was troubled after years and years of buying and selling slaves. This doesn't excuse him or his actions, but Washington was a man and a product of his time.
Here's the author of the book discussing his research: