Old And New Trade Ways Case Study

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Aaron Nguyen
Test 1: Question 2
Difference of the Old and New Trade Ways With old ways being dated, there are new ways always knocking at the door to replace the old, whether for the good or for the bad. The old versus the new ways have impacts on the world economy. The costs of the early global trade versus the costs of the new trade placed a new way that people interacted with each other in a world basis. The costs of the early global trade were on the environment and tension between countries. One of the environment costs due to the fur trading was that the population of beavers, rabbits, sable, marten, and deer had been diminished to extremely low levels of animal population. In return for fur trading was a highly
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With slave trading, humans were being bargained as property as was not looked as an equal person. Instead, they were bought and was treated like cattle and was not respected. Most of the slaves came from Africa due to the political leaders in Africa not giving a care for his people. Instead they were more interested in bargaining and gaining a ground on the lesser minority (the weak) and taking care of themselves along with their families. Also most of the slaves from Africa survived the travel across the Atlantic Ocean and were sold in the Americas. And the cost of this trade resulted in the African Americans being metaphorically represented as social oppression. Slaves were mainly used on farms to harvest products such as tobacco, sugar, and cotton. And what adds to the slaves is that, if a child was born from a slave parent(s), they were also considered a slave, thus was an inherited social title where in other places they were born as free persons. In this retrospect, in both the old and new ways, they had an influence of how trade evolved to be. With fur trading heavily impacting the environment to dehumanizing people of themselves, both had impacted how the countries traded with each …show more content…
The Native Americans did acknowledge Christianity but did not actively attend mass, attend classes, or even confession. This in the eyes of the Pope at the time was not acceptable and wanted the missionaries to be more active and push the natives to be more “faithful” to the religion. But instead, Christianity was assimilated into the patterns of local culture. A few patterns were God and his saints being paralleled to the precolonial gods, sacrifices to self-bleeding, offerings to the sun, use of drugs,

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