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28 March, 14:14

Why was the demand for slavery higher in the Deep South?

A.

The Deep South was the only region that relied on agriculture for economic profit.

B.

The Deep South had the wealthiest white people who were able to afford slaves.

C.

The Deep South was an area with abundant cotton plantations.

D.

The Deep South was a great location for slavery transport.

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  1. 28 March, 15:32
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    C.

    The Deep South was an area with abundant cotton plantations.

    Explanation:

    Cotton is notoriously labor intensive and the Southern plantations used slaves to pad their economic profit.
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