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Unformatted text preview: methods and put it in place for their slaves to be loyal and obedient. My next couple of slides I want to slowly address the art of manipulation and persuasion, in which slaves had no knowledge of certain things because they couldn’t read, in result allowed slave masters to have a huge advantage in terms of land, freedom and money. Also in the this section I will be briefly talking about the religion effects that was brought to those slaves attention, and comparing it to “The Book of Eli” in how using religion deterred some of the slaves to listen to their masters as well be manipulated to believe certain things. My last slides I want to use a metaphorical approach to slavery in terms of media and the western civilization in terms of making trends and stereotyping things that oppresses the minds of young generation of not only blacks but other areas in society....
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- Fall '10
- Atlantic Slave Trade, Christopher Webb, college professor methods