Spaniards and organization of labor in colonial times:

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After the conquest the islands of the Caribbean stayed with a minimal quantity of Indians and had to import African slaves to work in agricultural plantations. All the productions of the New World were sent to Europe as commerce and also as payment to the Spain Crown; by doing these trades Spaniards became rich and wealthy by the end of the colonization...
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According to Kenn and Haynes's book, in Mexico Europeans imposed two systems: the Encomienda, which obligated Indians to give Spaniards a daily tribute of gold dust. The other system was the Repartimiento in which all adult Indian male had to give a certain amount of their time in rotation throughout the year to work in Spaniard mines and workshop, on farms and ranches, and on public works...
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