Essay heading: Factory Workers of the North vs. Slaves of the South

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The factory owner may reason that those few hours could be used to spend time with family and friends but, in reality, they were undisputedly needed for sleep in order to have the minimal attention and alertness needed for the job the next day. On plantations in the South slaves were seen as valuable property...
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The owner had to pay a price for the slave, and therefore did not want him to fall sick or become injured. It is because of this that slaves commonly only worked during the day hours and slept at night, in order to have the energy to carry out the next day's tasks. Factory workers on the other hand, were not a valuable possession and factory owners could careless if their workers were feeling ill or exhausted...
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