Constitutional compromises: The Three-Fifths Compromise | US government and civics | Khan Academy
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Constitutional compromises: The Three-Fifths Compromise | US government and civics | Khan Academy

September 10, 2019

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  1. So, there was no European or Caucasian slaves? And how did ships travel three months from Africa with no fresh water?. And how come we have many museums around but theres isnt "one" slave ship in any museum? And you never mentioned that, a Democratic govt and or Democracy is never mentioned in the constitution. Im just sayin, this sounds like continued myths.

  2. Once again… Poor black people… I'm starting to think, They, as a race like to be pitty on…
    And they never mention how did the Europeans had them by the millions, can you imagine how would it be for an average European to go on a hunt in Africa!?… Big liberaltards never mention, that the African man would hunt African tribes to make a quick buck selling them to Europeans…

  3. There are a lot of just blatant assumptions made regarding the intent of the founders that are not at all supported by their own commentary or historical evidence. It appears to be an attempt to skew or undermine the motives of those working to rid America of slavery. The Three-Fifths Compromise was a political accomplishment which led to the eradication of slavery in the United States. It wasn't a failure or a set back… It was an obviously necessary and strategic step towards getting rid of slavery in the South. This presentation is extremely off base. Furthermore the founders created something other than a democracy because of the fact that a democracy is what has led to the significant issues Humanity has experienced such as slavery. They didn't oppose slavery because of how it would represent a democracy in the future, they didn't consider themselves a democracy. They opposed slavery IN SPITE of and in opposition to nearly every single democracy that had ever existed.

  4. Purchase a Blacks Law Dictionary 4th edition or older and look up the definition for person❤💙❤

  5. You reaching. Other persons doesnt mean all Africans though. The so called African Americans are the indians.

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