The Evolution Of Slavery In The Civil War?
Yes, the enslaved people bared tremendous difficulties, tragedies, setbacks; however, they had triumphs and victories which spurred further confidence and uprising. The evolution of slavery did not happen by chance. The Great Physician was in charge. Difficult events happened and through them growing pains occurred to which the ebb and flow of life transformed a new country, a new government and a new society into a world where all men were treated equally (Holt & Brown, 2000).
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