Out of 25 points which of the following statements

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Question 36 2.5 out of 2.5 points Which of the following statements about slavery and the law is true? Answers: Selected Answer: d. Slaves accused of serious crimes were entitled to their day in court, although they faced all-white judges and juries. a. Because slaves were property, a master could kill any of his slaves for any reason. b. Slaves were legally permitted to possess guns if guns were necessary for their work (tasks such as scaring birds away from rice fields, for example). c. Laws specifically provided for a slave to be taught to read and write if the master so chose. d. Slaves accused of serious crimes were entitled to their day in court, although they faced all-white judges and juries. e. A slave could, with permission from his or her master, testify against a white person in court.
Question 37 2.5 out of 2.5 points The slave rebellion aboard the Amistad Answers: :
Question 38 2.5 out of 2.5 points What was most significant about Theodore Weld’s argument concerning the sinfulness of slavery? Answers:
Question 39 2.5 out of 2.5 points The Haitian slave revolt was successful and the attempts by Denmark Vesey and Nat Turner ultimately failed because: Answers:
Question 40 2.5 out of 2.5 points How did utopian leaders differ from Henry David Thoreau?
Answer: Thoreau focused on the individual, while utopian leaders emphasized the community. Answers: a. Both saw the industrial revolution as giving too many rights to the workers. b. The utopian communities embraced nature, while Thoreau rejected it. c. The utopianists saw the market revolution in a more positive manner than Thoreau. d. Thoreau focused on the individual, while utopian leaders emphasized the community. e. Thoreau wanted slave labor to replace free labor, while utopianists wanted to redefine work.

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