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"But it was even more popular with the richest plantation owners, because it made the slaves they owned more valuable, and profit from the sale of American-born slaves was a boon to them"

 

 

 

so they encouraged them to multiply...Big $$..."American-born slaves was a boon to them"

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There were two ways that were used to run a slave economy.

In Haiti and Brazil, basically, they imported mostly men and worked them to death.

Tropical diseases were worse than in the US and healthcare was almost entirely nonexistent. The average slave lasted under 15 years. This also resulted in more slave rebellions.

 

In the US, winter killed off mosquitoes and other disease vectors, and there was somewhat better health care.

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10 minutes ago, benson13 said:

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This cartoon is essentially propaganda: tiny babies were not separated from their mothers. there was a lot of cruelty, but there was not much of a market for tiny babies. As a rule, they were sold with the mother until they were at least seven years old or so.

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On 2/13/2020 at 10:15 AM, Blue Devil said:

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I read the bio on her. Amazing woman with amazing courage.

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On 2/13/2020 at 10:15 AM, Blue Devil said:

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In 1894, before leaving the US for her second visit to Great Britain, Wells called on William Penn Nixon, the editor of Daily Inter-Ocean, a Republican newspaper in Chicago. It was the only major white paper that persistently denounced lynching.[33] After she told Nixon about her planned tour, he asked her to write for the newspaper while in England.[34] She was the first African-American woman to be a paid correspondent for a mainstream white newspaper.[35]

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In 1894, before leaving the US for her second visit to Great Britain, Wells called on William Penn Nixon, the editor of Daily Inter-Ocean, a Republican newspaper in Chicago. It was the only major white paper that persistently denounced lynching.[33] After she told Nixon about her planned tour, he asked her to write for the newspaper while in England.[34] She was the first African-American woman to be a paid correspondent for a mainstream white newspaper.[35]

 

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6 minutes ago, Blue Devil said:

 

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17 minutes ago, Squatchman said:

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The Truth stings... don't it.

 

 

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On 2/13/2020 at 9:26 AM, Chuck! said:

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On 2/13/2020 at 9:42 AM, Chuck! said:

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After the American Civil War he returned to Beaufort and became a politician, winning election as a Republican to the South Carolina State legislature and the United States House of Representatives during the Reconstruction era. Smalls authored state legislation providing for South Carolina to have the first free and compulsory public school system in the United States. He founded the Republican Party of South Carolina. Smalls was the last Republican to represent South Carolina's 5th congressional district until 2010.

 

After the Compromise of 1877, the U.S. government withdrew its remaining forces from South Carolina and other Southern states. Conservative Southern Bourbon Democrats, who called themselves the Redeemers, had resorted to violence and election fraud to regain control of the state legislature. As part of wide-ranging white efforts to reduce African-American political power, Smalls was charged and convicted of taking a bribe five years earlier in connection with the awarding of a printing contract. He was pardoned as part of an agreement by which charges were also dropped against Democrats accused of election fraud.[30]

 

The scandal took a political toll, and he was defeated by Democrat George D. Tillman in 1878, and again, narrowly, in 1880. He successfully contested the 1880 result and regained the seat in 1882. In 1884, he was elected to fill a seat in a different district. He was nominated for Senate but defeated by Wade Hampton in 1886. During this period in Congress he supported racial integration legislation, supported a pension for the widow of his former Major General, David Hunter, and advised South Carolina blacks to refrain from emigrating to the North and Midwest or to Liberia.[17]

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On 2/13/2020 at 7:11 AM, Chuck! said:

 

Mine are honest

 

 

 

 

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Actually, Trump is after our guns; his score is over 500,000 seized so far and without compensation.  Can you name any other president who seized so many guns from law abiding owners?

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4 hours ago, Ranb said:

 

Actually, Trump is after our guns; his score is over 500,000 seized so far and without compensation.  Can you name any other president who seized so many guns from law abiding owners?

 

We've had this conversation before, where you dishonestly claim that 1, a bump stock is a gun. 2, Bump stocks were "siezed", and 3 gun owners would have more freedom under democrat rule than republicans.

 

Do you have anything new to add, or are you still on the same old lies?

 

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5 hours ago, Ranb said:

 

Actually, Trump is after our guns; his score is over 500,000 seized so far and without compensation.  Can you name any other president who seized so many guns from law abiding owners?

 

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I remember a long time ago during Black History Month they had these sounds bites repeatedly on TV (same station) and all they were about was how Black People got FK over.

 

I didn't learn anything about the first former slave to become rich*, the first Black Church after the Civil War or a Black Civil War Hero.*

 

* Yes they did exist.

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1 hour ago, Old Mack said:

I remember a long time ago during Black History Month they had these sounds bites repeatedly on TV (same station) and all they were about was how Black People got FK over.

 

I didn't learn anything about the first former slave to become rich*, the first Black Church after the Civil War or a Black Civil War Hero.*

 

* Yes they did exist.

 

Willa Beatrice Brown (January 22, 1906 – July 18, 1992) was an American aviator, lobbyist, teacher, and civil rights activist. She was the first African-American woman to earn her pilot's license in the United States, the first African-American woman to run for the United States Congress, the first African-American officer in the US Civil Air Patrol, and the first woman in the United States to have both a pilot's license and a mechanic's license. 

 

A lifelong advocate for gender and racial equality in flight and in the military, Brown not only lobbied the U.S. government to integrate the U.S. Army Air Corp and include African Americans in the Civilian Pilot Training Program (CPTP), but also co-founded the Cornelius Coffey School of Aeronautics with Cornelius Coffey, which was the first private flight training academy in the United States owned and operated by African Americans. She trained hundreds of pilots, several of whom would go on to become Tuskegee Airmen.

 

Well after the Coffey School closed in 1945, Brown remained politically and socially active in Chicago. She organized flight schools for children, she ran for Congress three times (1946, 1948, and 1950), she was an active member of the Westside Community Church, and she taught in the Chicago Public School System until 1971, when she retired at the age of 65.

 

 

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YO Chuck...what is that a $15,000 shotgun.

 

I wish BHO would spread the wealth around and send it to.

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