The French always competed with Britain so by trading slaves and collecting the cheap labor from West Africa, they brought in a greater profit. They then, with the intentions against Britain, used the majority of that money to escalate their military. Both slave trade and West Indies slavery were essential for the prosperity of France (“French Slavery.”). Over five million French men re... ... middle of paper ... ...Slavery.” Boston: j Monroe, 1835. Print.
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