Slaves were acquired through war conquest or criminal

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slaves were acquired through war, conquest, or criminal punishment, others slaves volunteered to go to the New World; Africans were ignorant of the long-lasting implications of the European demand for slaves; Africans resisted the commerce of slavery slaves were acquired through war, conquest, or criminal punishment; Africans were ignorant of the long-lasting implications of the European demand for slaves; Africans resisted the commerce of slavery Question 6 Selected Answer: B. Answers: A. B. C. D. Central to Maatian ethics, what does the moral obligation of serudj ta allude to? to constantly repair, heal, and restore the world making it more beautiful than when we inherited it to constantly complain, heal, and restore the world making it more beautiful than when we inherited it to constantly repair, heal, and restore the world making it more beautiful than when we inherited it to constantly repair, heal, and rede²ne the world making it more beautiful than when we inherited it to constantly repair, hurt, and restore the world making it more beautiful than when we inherited it 5 out of 5 points 5 out of 5 points
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12/29/2019 Review Test Submission: AAS 2320 Exam #2 (Chapters 3-4) &ndash... ; 4/5 Question 7 Selected Answer: A. Answers: A. B. C. D. What were the major forms of resistance to enslavement? cultural resistance, day-to-day resistance, abolitionism, emigrationism, and armed resistance cultural resistance, day-to-day resistance, abolitionism, emigrationism, and armed resistance social resistance, day-to-day resistance, abolitionism, emigrationism , and armed resistance cultural resistance, monthly resistance, abolitionism, emigrationism , and armed resistance cultural resistance, day-to-day resistance, abolitionism, emigrationism , and non-violent resistance Question 8 Selected
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