Causes Of Slavery In The United States

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After he won the election of 1860 Abraham Lincoln became the sixteenth president of the United States. Many Americans especially the slaves are happy Lincoln won the election because they believe he is Moses, and he is going to take to the promise land (freedom).The southerners fear Lincoln to be a dangerous president who will tear the nation apart because of his plans concerning slavery. The Southerners feel they would be better served by a new government, and they are advocating secession. There are three reasons that proves why the southerns want independence from the north (Union). Slavery is necessary evil, northerns want to destroy the south, and the south makes 60 percent of United States GDP.
Slavery has been in existence for a long time no one has really had a problem with the ideal of slavery. Slavery is one of the reasons the United States exist. Slavery has played a huge role in developing the economical and societal part of the United States. If slavery was not created we wonder how history will be different. Anti
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For example the south creates cotton and only 6% of the cotton was refined in the north because the north is where the factories are located at. The cotton refinement made an increase to the economic system. This also build the United State GDP which showed great growth. The union are hypocrites how can people who say slavery is inhuman are also benefiting from the thing they believe is evil. They are trying to make themselves look like saint while the southerners like devils. Everything the southerns do is for the love of the economic. Without the existence of slavery and the creation of cash crops American economic system would be weak. The people of the south will have to secede from the union. They cannot keep dealing with hypocrites and people who impact their lives negatively. They need a stronger government that will support

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