Thomas Jefferson's View On Slavery

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Jefferson’s view on slaves that have their skin of the color black, in my point of view has different views. Mostly, Jefferson’s view of the slaves is the stereo typical white guy from back then. In the declaration of independence it states that all mankind are created equal, but owing slaves is where the idea of his declaration comes into question. According to him, slaves are not only black. He states that even during Homer’s time, the slaves were white. So he puts a lot of examples of slaves, but he does not gave them create of their humanity. He states that even the Native Americans are even below the black slaves because they do not know what the American think is smart. Honestly, Jefferson’s view on black did influence my understanding

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