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According to Nellis (20), slavery in Latin America was characterized as being less cruel and harsh as contrasted to the slavery in the United States and especially in the Southern America. This contrast was mainly due to the influence that the Catholic Church had in the Latin America where it advocated for slaves to possess rights such as seeking relief in the event a master is cruel, having marriage rights and being allowed to purchase freedom to work in their own plantations of sugar or other products. The Spanish and Portuguese colonists were also largely viewed as being less affected by prejudice associated with race as when compared to the United States (Finkelman, 34) and this is one of the main issues that stood out as a contrast. Furthermore, it was believed that the Latin American slavery was less affected by pressures associated with the capitalist economy that was competitive and dominant in the United States lave owners to demand a lot in plantation workings.
In many circumstances it was viewed that the Latin American slavery was also harsher and cruel to some extent. This was mainly due to the inability of the courts and the Catholic Church to be able to offer the much required protection to the Latin American slaves as contrasted with American slaves that did not depend on the church for protection. In Latin America there were also many incidences where slaves were tied down and flogged for about ten consecutive days when they failed to deliver the amount of tasks expected of them in the plantations (Digital History, 1).
Franklin and Alfred, (20) suggest that when observed from a different view slavery in Latin America seemed even more harsh than slavery in the United States. Latin American Slaves were forcefully required to wear Iron masks when working in the plantations so as not to tamper with products such as sugarcane and tobacco or to engage in alcoholism this incidence was not reported among American slaves. United States
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But according to general view developmental periods can be classified like this: From zero to age of one month is newborn, infant period is between ages of one month to one year, ages between one to three years are toddler, preschooler is between four to six years, between six to thirteen ages is school aged child, and the adolescent age is between thirteen to twenty years.
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The study will provide the similarities and differences in the perspectives and arguments of those who created the documents. In addition, the study will mention whether their perspectives seem similar or different. America faces a political, social, economic and democratic crisis because of the inappropriate policies of capitalism.
US Government Development
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The gender identity develops in a child under influence of various factors about which different approaches reveal their own findings. In this paper we shall take up and discuss two theories relating to child gender identity and its development. This paper will present the points of similarity as well as contrasts between the two theories.
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