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Explain The Challenges Of The Economic Conditions In South Carolina

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Another challenge of the economic conditions was the increased importation of slaves. “But economically, South Carolina prospered… rice lands extended from the coast many miles inland” (Hoffer 15-16). In economic sense, this meant more profit for the colony, but increased in profit means increased in labor, therefore there was the need to enslave a lot of Africans and Natives to work on their plantation. The movements of slaves, good and commodities cross distant colonies and countries into the coast of Carolina. The only way for the colonists to meet their demands was to bring slaves. This tends to be a problem since the number of slaves outnumbered the number of whites in South Carolina which tends to signified fear as both Spain and British
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