The long term developments that made the production and trade of silver and sugar were the first ins

The long term developments that made the production and trade of silver and sugar were the first ins

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The long term developments that made the production and trade of silver and sugar were the first instances of the whole globe interacting with each other. While people may have reaped benefits of these two commodities, many more suffered from their production. CIRCULATION Silver Mainly produced in South America and Japan o Japan traded mainly in Asia o South American silver went all over the place Potosi maybe largest producer of silver Traded for spices in Asia o Previously were hard to trade for Silver became basically a global currency Sugar Mainly produced in Caribbean
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Unformatted text preview: o Traded to Africa for more slaves to work o Traded to Europe for cloth There were established trade routes and paths created over every ocean Triangle trade was a large factor in the trade o Trade between Americas, Africa, and Europe Pacific route from Americas to Manila o Which led to the rest of Asia PROS/CONS Cons Exploitation of slaves and other workers and lots of them Harsh working conditions that led to millions of deaths Low if any wages for the production of these products...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2010 for the course PSYCH 85 211 taught by Professor Theissen during the Spring '10 term at Carnegie Mellon.

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