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07.03 Join the Resistance!Free online sites like CafePress1.How did the invention of the cotton gin affect slavery in the United States? The cotton gin caused the slave owners to rely upon considerably more on slaves. Cotton generation was currently productive over the South. Developing cotton still required extreme work. The estimation of slaves expanded, making owning slaves an extensive speculation. The more slaves a cotton ranch had, the more cotton could be developed and sent out. The cotton was sent to Northern plants to be transformed into a material and exchanged abroad. On the downside, slave owners dreaded financial loss and brutality Rebellions. Uprisings like the one that Nat Turner drove in 1831 expanded those feelings of fear2.What was the Underground Railroad? Your response needs to include and explain the terms