No more Peck o� Corn mcs

No more Peck o� Corn mcs - By Stacia Crow, Laura...

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By Stacia Crow, Laura Ricotta, Sarah Fischbein, Tara Adler and Elizabeth Anderson Mcs 1:25 -2:15 Pgs 114-122
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 Because such a small percentage of the southern population  was slaveholders, what did they do to persuade the rest of the  population that slavery was necessary?  They would try and make it seem like slaves were the happiest people in the world. Using every argument possible, feeling compelled to justify the institution of slavery as a positive good trying to prove that slavery is of itself right and that it is not a sin against god.
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It would mean that the slaves were under control. Happy slaves would not come at night and slit the throats of their masters. “Sambo exhisted and did not exist” They might have been playing the role of loyal and congenial slaves in order to get favors to survive. Why was it comforting for slaveholders to  view their slaves as Sambos?
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Why did many slaves mask themselves  as docile and indifferent to their 
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course MCS 101 taught by Professor Trevino during the Spring '08 term at N. Colorado.

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