Paper on the atlantic slave trade and the benefits of the traingle trade
Throughout the recent years in history, African Americans have been exchanged for goods and money. The blacks are treated as property, are poorly fed, are not given the chance to keep good hygiene, and are transported from Africa to the Americas and Europe in clusters. Many blacks die during the voyage through the Middle Passage because of the environment on the slave boats. People are not well fed, they have poor hygiene, and when one person gets sick, so do all the rest. In the triangle trade, the blacks are traded to Europe for guns, which then trade the blacks to the Americas for goods…
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