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*shay* asked in Arts & HumanitiesHistory · 1 month ago

Can someone answer these questions about the revolutionary war? ?

What was the mood in America at the time of the Revolutionary War?  

Were promises made to enslaved and free blacks to encourage them to support one side or the other? If so, what were those promises? What was the result of them?  

In trying to make a decision, did enslaved Africans/blacks have to take different things into consideration than free Africans/blacks and did free Africans/blacks have different issues to consider than enslaved Africans/blacks? What were the considerations? Were there consequences to the choices made?

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  • 1 month ago

    The battle really was over labor rights and the North needed cheap labor and it was on the farms in the south...and to brake that bond it took a war the South could not win.....the lies told but to the blacks compare from where they came from it was like living in a paradise.....those slave ships had blacks line up wanting to get on....Blacks saw a way to immigrate and settled into this land....and the only way into America was into the cotton fields ....clean water, plenty of food and no dangerous animals trying to eat ya....But media had made hearsay in a truth for can you imagine what chicken tasted like the first time they cooked it in the house they could call their own ...

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