Economics Of Slavery During Civil War

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American History

 

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Bernard P

 

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June 20, 2012

 

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Northerners associated slavery with economic backwardness, soil exhaustion, low labor productivity, indebtedness, and ineffectively growth of economic and social. Does that mean slavery was a declining institution, was it doomed extinction, or even absence in Civil War? Definitely the answer would be “no”...
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Slave labor was efficient, productive, and adaptable to a variety of occupations, ranging from agriculture and mining to factory work. Slavery was the basis of the American nation’s most profitable industry. During the decades before the Civil War, the increased importance of cotton in the South strengthened the hold of slavery on the region...
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