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Title: trans atlantic slave trade

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Date: March 11, 2000
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Nobody wanted to pay others when there really was not that much money in the economy to begin with. The Europeans wanted to expand their lands in the new world, but in order to do this they needed to have a "work force" instilled over there in order to be able to have crops and such to trade to build the economy...

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The Europeans wanted to expand their lands in the new world, but in order to do this they needed to have a "work force" instilled over there in order to be able to have crops and such to trade to build the economy. No European wanted to travel over to the New World in order to work, so to fulfill tasks, such as the farming in order to have items to trade, they had to get acquire help...

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