Slave Trade Slavery

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By Samarpit Gupta, B.A.LLB 2012 ID: 20120311
"Is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take, but as for me, give me liberty, or give me death!"—Patrick Henry, Speech in the Virginia Convention, March, 1775.
This paper is written on the topic Slavery shit to Commercial Trade in Africa. Transatlantic slave trade went for more than 300 years, the major period of this slave trade was from year 16th Century to 20th Century. Slave trade is also known is as the worst disaster for human being in the history. African people were used to be abducted or captured from the coast west coast of Africa by Europeans and then were sold to Americans for work in exchange of commodities such as gold, wheat, rice, clothes, weapons etc. Most of the colonies of Europe and America were totally dependent on the slaves coming from Africa throughout the period of 16th century to 19th century. The author of this article will be trying to concentrate on the slave trade which converted into commercial trade. The notable shift happened in 1800s.
There are various sources which are been used to write this paper. All the sources will be cited and a bibliography will be on the last page of this article. The paper is a submission against End-Term examination for the year 2013-2014 Semester ‘B’ Subject: Transatlantic Slave Trade Seminar, the tutor for the same is Prof. Paxton, O.P. Jindal Global University.
Slavery and Economy:
The transatlantic slave was famous for supply of massive amount of slave (10,000/year), who were to work for plantation...

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