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16. To qualify as a member of the planter class, a person had to be engaged in southern agriculture and: a. own at least ten slaves. b. grow specifically cotton or sugarcane. c. own at least twenty slaves. d. live in a large mansion. e. own at least fifty slaves.
17. Which event is credited with helping to ingrain the paternalist ethos more deeply into the lives of southern slaveholders?
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b. The nullification crisis. c. The development of domestic ideology d. The closing of the African slave trade. e. The secession crisis. 18. In the South, the paternalist ethos:
19. Which of the following would have been a reflection of the paternalist ethos in southern slavery?
20. What did paternalism reinforce? a. Slaves must formally get married. b. Slaves need to be watched carefully. c. Slaves must practice Christianity on their own. d. Slaves should learn how to read. e. Slave children should be taught right from wrong by their parents
21. John C. Calhoun and George Fitzhugh:

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