7 June, 05:18
What are the connections between the effects of tyranny and slavery? (1780)
7 June, 05:50
Effects of Tyranny:
1.) It hurts the People.
2.) It inflicts pain and suffering upon the lives of the People
3.) the People have to deal with the chaos and uncertainty that comes
4.) have to live with tyranny that can do what it wants when it wants
5.) the People do not matter at all
6.) they have pain caused by tyranny's actions
Effects of Slavery:
1.) Family seperation
2.) Inhibited family formation
3.) Made unstable, insecure family life
3.) Slaves were considered property
4.) Brought unique constrictions, disruptions, frustrations, and pain
5.) Unpaid labor
6.) Possibility of Abuse
The connections between these effects of tyranny and slavery is that they are unfair and go against the possibility of "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness".
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