Factory Workers of the North vs. Slaves of the South

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Issue:

American History

 

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Ann M

 

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July 27, 2014

 

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University

 

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Northerners would reject this idea, but in reality it was the truth. Northerners felt that because of the heat and the notorious way slaves were treated, they had it worse; however, what they did not realize was that factory workers not only had to go extended periods of time without seeing their family or friends, but were also extremely fatigued due to the gruesome work hours and had to constantly work with dangerous machinery...
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Because most large plantations had been erect for decades, most slaves were born, brought up, married, and had started new families on the same plantation their whole life. These slaves lived and worked with their family and friends every day of their life. So while slaves enjoyed the company of the ones they loved everyday, factory workers longed for just a few hours with their families or friends...
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