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race exam 3 ec - owners were the first white supremacists...

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Ch 7 Review 1. Slaves were considered property of their owners and had to abide by the slave codes, which controlled and determined all facets of their lives. Slaves could not have a will, could not own property, could not buy or sell anything, and their children were considered the property of the slave owners. 2. A large proportion of the descendants of slavery still live in poverty today. Slave
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Unformatted text preview: owners were the first white supremacists, and some of their descendants are members of anti-black organizations. Inequality causes discrimination, and the initial inequality of slaves to whites led to discrimination 150 years later....
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