Why Are Founding Fathers Outlaw Slavery

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On September 17, 1787, fifty-five delegates approved the Constitution. At that time all of them pass some provisions of slavery and no one against, some of them were the founding father of America. In my essay, I will exhibit the ways that the Constitution did and did not address slavery and why founding fathers did not against. First, I will introduce the value of slavery, which can expound why founding fathers outlaw slavery outright in the Constitution. Slave society can promote social productive forces developing faster; the master class occupies all the production data and holds the slave. Therefore, I can construe slaves equal to money, the more slaves you have the more money and resource you will gain. Everyone likes money without exception includes the founding fathers of America. For example, Benjamin Franklin is one of founding fathers who against slavery. In fact, he still hired numerous slaves work for him. His behavior and his ideas are different why it happened. As I said before, on the one hand slaves equal money. On the other hand, the culture of that time which is the number of slaves represented size of power. No one wanted to lose money and status. Although most of founding fathers opposed slavery, because of money and culture they did not do anything. In the next two paragraphs, I will show you the relationship…show more content…
However, the South America did not do that and they published a new law, which mainly talked about if the slaves who belong to the South ran away to North. The slaveholder had power to catch them back. From 1850 to 1870, in these 20 years the laws of the South did not allow slaves ran away to the North. That is unfair, every people want free and a place where there was no slavery, no slaveholder everyone is equal. However, some people built some laws to prevent people to go there. Why they can limit people's desire of pursuing
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