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A Debate: On Aristocracy and Slavery


a Debate: On Aristocracy and Slavery

When all was said and done, slavery was still legal after the Convention because the southern economy depended on it and because most people decided that this was an issue that should be decided by each individual state, rather than the country as a whole. But Harvard was directly complicit in Americas system of racial bondage from the Colleges earliest days in the 17th century until slavery in Massachusetts ended in 1783, and Harvard continued to be indirectly involved through extensive financial and other ties to the slave South. If slavery were abolished, then they would lose their entire work force and would be forced to find white people to work for them instead. An Address, Etc Jonathan blancharebate on Slavery Held in the City of Cincinnati. There is a second essential purpose in confronting the distressing realities of Americas racial past and Harvards place within. What enriches a part enriches the whole, and the states are the best judges of their particular interest (Peters 165).

We must explore this past first of all to recognize and honor the place and importance of enslaved individuals in our history. A northern man may oppose slavery because of its moral effects, but he wouldnt know what it was like to run a large plantation and then lose his entire work force. This caused many disputes among the states and prolonged the process of finishing the Constitution, as well as coming up with a conclusion about the slavery issue. Oliver Ellsworth argued at the Convention by saying, Let every state import what it pleases. This is a major problem, however, since poor white people felt that they were a step up from the African slaves. Luther Martin of Maryland brought up this point at the Convention by saying,?it is inconsistent with the principles of the revolution and dishonorable to the American character to have such a feature in the Constitution (Peters 164). Since the north depended on factories and other industries to drive its economy, most people had no need for slaves and most believed that it was generally immoral. Many people opposed this idea, because if two or three states oppose the importation of slavery, but two or three allow it, then the law of the other two states is useless.

a Debate: On Aristocracy and Slavery

Learn more, got it, account, search, maps. Many other issues became entangled in this argument, but those were the major causes of the Conventions decision. In the spring of 2016, Harvard President Drew Gilpin Faust convened a faculty committee to advise the University in its pursuit of scholarship and research around Harvard's history with slavery. Google Play Books app for, android and iPad/iPhone. Many people agreed with Rutledge, because the entire southern economy depended on slavery at that time. This is exactly what the Convention finally agreed.

A Debate: On Aristocracy and Slavery
a Debate: On Aristocracy and Slavery


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