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5 November, 09:39

After the Revolution, African Americans in the North a. often wound up in a state similar to that of indentured servitude b. began fleeing to the South when they saw that the new states would not approve c. emancipation benefited greatly from the popularity of manumission, or voluntary emancipation of slaves by whites d. were unable to establish their own institutions because their numbers were too low

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  1. 5 November, 11:21
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    a. often wound up in a state similar to that of indentured servitude

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    Although in the North, African Americans were not slaves, their situation would not improve substantially. They suffered discriminatory and segregation laws, as a restriction of different political rights and public spaces. They were hired under sharecropping, which was a form of slavery under the laws ot that time.
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