American economic history notes with all questions 31

Criticismsoftimeonthecross

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 itself,
and
would
die
without
the
help
of
the
Civil
War
and
Emancipation.
 
 ‐Slavery in the south proved not only to be profitable institution but a viable one that showed no signs of dying off on the eve of the civil war 
 ‐Relative
productivity
of
slave
agriculture
compared
to
free
northern
agriculture
was
 greater
and
increased
over
time.

 Criticisms
of
Time
on
the
Cross
 
 ‐Time
on
the
Cross
is
a
study
conducted
by
authors
Fogel
and
Engerman
that
suggested
 that
it
made
sense
to
take
care
of
the
slaves,
to
keep
them
healthy,
stable
and
content.


 
 ‐They
are...
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2013 for the course ECON 526 taught by Professor Sexton during the Spring '12 term at Pepperdine.

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