There were lots of problems including: -steeling -death (slaves) -runnaway -slave men standing up for there family -infintocide (when a slave woman would kill their babies with a swift chop to the neck so that they wouldnt experiencen the horrors of the slave trade.
And also some power but profits were the most important to them Because slaves costed... (go to next slide)
that back then was ALOT more
Those who still do support it use persuasive arguments or propaganda to indicate the necessity of the slave trade.
- Slavery was practiced in Africa before the beginning of the Atlantic slave trade. -The Atlantic slave trade is customarily divided into two eras, known as the First and Second Atlantic Systems. -The first atlantic system was the trade of enslaved Africans to, primarily, South American colonies of the portuguese and spanish empires. conpared to the whole atlantic trade it was only like 3%.
-Only slightly more than 3% of the enslaved people exported were traded between 1450 and 1600. 16% in the 17th century. more than half of them were exported in the 18th century. the remaining 28.5% in the 19th century. -
Sources: Search Engine: Google -sonofthesouth.net -ntlworld.com -web.google.usercontent.com -Africa and its History (book) -cghs.dadeschools.net -slaverysite.com -Atlantic slave trade Wiki -Slavery Wiki