• Indentured slavery was a façade to help government remain control of finances. Those being indentured servants were blind because of the idea of ‘paying off’ a debt but only putting themselves in more restrictions. • Choice • Costs • Benefits
• Labor performed by indentured servants and becoming one was a easy way for immigrants to travel to what they believed to be a better chance. A quick benefit for the immigrants or citizens in debt and later taken exploited by slave masters.
Point of support 1
• Indentured slavery consisted of more of the people already living in the country. Free Will.
• Who were the indentured slaves?
• What was promised to them?
Point of Support 2
• Enslaving of Africans was expensive in traveling there and back, but requirement no false promises to those enslaved.
Subpoint 2- 1
• Gained more control over society no longer having to live up to those promises if indentured slaves made it through the term
• More benefits with slaving of Africans
Slavery was not a market help – in the sense a thought out plan to financially ‘benefit’ all parties in involved.
• Benefits of indentured slaves
• Viewed as a way to pay of debt
• Benefits of slave masters & exploitations
• Created laws of restrictions that can cause their hold on people to be longer.
• Though both forms of ‘slavery’ were still moral wrong. Indentured servitude provided a benefit to society’s market. However, once they saw the outcome of slaves living passed their terms they figured out ways of exploited