His15A-Journal4 - Narne SJSU His l5A Slavery and the South...

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His l5A Slavery and the South Journal 4 Grade SheeL,._. , ' Narne .,- oruo" ar, v For Week Oct.12 & 14 Reading: OUT OF MANY, Chap. 10 "The South and Slavery, 1790s-1850s" Takaki, Chap. 5'No More Peck O'Corn: Slavery and Its Discontents" Journal Prompt: 1o Paragraph (OUT OF MANY): Did not address, from OUT OF MANY, what portion ofthe population in the South were elite planters. Did not address, from OUT OF MANY, what class were most white southerners Did nt address, from OUT OF MANY, why non-elite white southerners endorsed the slave system used by the elite planters 2"d P aragraph (Takaki chap) : ) Did not address how plantation owners tried to control their slave labor force. Did not address how slaves reacted to this treafrnent and the stereotyping that reinforced this treatment. Did not address how slaves survived in this mentally and physically violent society. Did not address what happened to plantation discipline during the Civil War. Did not address what the difference was between the philosophies of Frederick Douglass and Martin Delany. Go to one of the Writing Centers
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His15A-Journal4 - Narne SJSU His l5A Slavery and the South...

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