Why were whites fearful of slave insurrections in the South? If whites were so fearful of slaves, why did they allow them to do work under the Confederate Army? Explain. In addition, what was the...

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Why were whites fearful of slave insurrections in the South? If whites were so fearful of slaves, why did they allow them to do work under the Confederate Army? Explain. In addition, what was the debate amongst the Confederates States to arm the black’s slaves? What were positive and negative arguments for the enlistment of black’s slaves as soldiers? Explain. Why would any slave fight for the Confederate Army? Explain.This assignment should be at least one page and half (1½) pages long (via a Word Document), double-spaced in a 12 point font.
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Ananya answered on Apr 17 2022
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Slaves and the Confederate States    3
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Slaves and the Confederate States
    The whites were fearful of slave insu
ections in the South because they were afraid that the slaves will revolt against them to
ing revolution in the slave community. Such fear made the whites of the South aggressive and they started to harass the slaves and also killed them as mentioned by Reutlinger (2019), the slaves started their revolution by burning down the plantations where they were made to work and yet tortured tremendously by their white masters. This revolution against the whites acted as turning point in ending slavery in the South. The whites also feared a fall in the economy which would have occu
ed in the country through the lack of cultivation of tobacco, rice and cotton which were mainly performed by the slaves.
    The confederates fought the civil war against the whites to protect the constitution of slavery and
ing a complete abolition to the enslavement of the blacks. The whites of the South were afraid of such insu
ection of the salves yet let them work under the Confederate Army because the enslaved blacks were forced to function as a fort in the war and the women were made to work as laundress and cooks for the field troops. This resulted in the death of...
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