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The Slaves And The Slaveowners Views Of Slavery That face of his the hungry cannibals Would not have touched would not have stained with blood-- But you are more inhuman more inexorable Oh ten times more than tigers of Hyrcania Shakespeare I chose the topic about slavery for my research paper because I thought it would be an interesting experience doing research about slavery It is American history and the more we know about it the better we can understand what is going on today in our country I think that because slavery was abolished very recently in terms of historical periods of time it still has an impact on todays economic and political life Searching for the writings by slave owners was a more difficult task then searching for the writings by slaves However I found a lot of useful material in various sources The slavery in the United States is no doubt a shameful history of our country White people transferred the slaves living in Africa to the New Land and treated them as their property not as human beings The living and working conditions of slaves and their food were extremely poor Those were inhuman conditions in which the slaves had to survive Endless executions of the slaves made the situation even worse Slavery was a period of time when one race treated the other race as animals things property but not as people Unfortunately not everyone saw the situation as it was in reality at that time As we can see from many different sources available today the points of view of slaves and slave owners on slavery were the opposite to each other That can be seen in various slaves and slave owners descriptions of slavery Slaves described their dwellings food clothes labor and the terrible treatment of slaves by their masters
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