AP U.S. History: Arguing Over Slavery

The argument presented in the above excerpt to defend the enslavement of American Indians is similar to the argument used by Southern slaveholders in which of the following decades?

AP U.S. HistoryPeriod 1: 1491–1607
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of state class of Spaniards The argument presented in the

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excerpt defending the enslavement of American Indians is similar to

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the argument used by Southern slaveholders in which of the

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following decades Unfortunately slavery was common practice for much of

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America's history in the early nineteenth century abolition has started

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protest ng against slavery in earnest and slaveholders were forced

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to justify the institution in order to keep it going

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like one key need to sell Pool ITA They argue

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that slaves were of a naturally inferior race so they

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benefited from the arrangement because well they needed the protection

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for plantation owners provided there Well ridiculous statements such as

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these were most common before the intense philosophical and moral

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arguments about slavery that led to the Civil War in

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the eighteen fifties So that's that all the other eras

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air wrong Seventeen fifty seventeen eighty Slavery was still an

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accepted practice in the Southern states despite small groups of

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dissent in the North where slavery was not allowed And

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by the eighteen eighties the Thirteenth Amendment had finally abolished

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slavery completely So that be the wrong answer as well

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So the answer is C here and let's just move

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on