Arguments Against Proslavery Abolitionists

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Most arguments made by the proslavery political leaders used the economy, religion, and paternalism to argue against most of the arguments made by abolitionists. Many argued that the sudden end of the institution of slavery would not only hurt the people in Europe, but also South’s very own economic who rely on slave labor to work on their plantations. Slavery in the South during the 1800 was tied closely to their economy that if it ended there will be nothing to hold and support their backbone. In addition, they also argued that if the entire slave were to be set freed, there would be a widespread unemployment and chaos. Religious arguments from proslavery advocates also were involved in slavery. Many used the Bible to say that slavery had
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