The founding fathers failed to eliminate slavery because the slaves were the deal then as they helped in doing labor work that helped spur the economy.
The Founding Fathers said a very great deal about individual rights.
so he can have a bat
because its not nice
Some of the states would not ratify, or approve, the new Constitution if they had anything to do with slavery. For compromise, the Founding Fathers agreed to let the matter of slavery be left alone for at least 20 years.
they didn't think that it was fair to others ,so the founding fathers thought to start the state of America without out slavery so every American can enjoy and love their state!
Many of the Founding Fathers had slaves and knew that way of life. Change is always hard to follow through when it affects you personally.
the Founding Fathers avoided the slavery issue because it would've disrupted colonial unity (because the north and south would've been arguing) that was much needed in creating a union/country.
no it ran its course, twitter and facebook and myspace came into play
No. He was one of the Founding Fathers of which were members of societies for ending slavery.
I think on 1943
How did the founding fathers create federalism
I would ask Americas founding fathers, how they became Americas founding fathers? Also why did they sign the deceleration of independence? Lastly why do we have founding fathers?
The founding fathers of the United States did not abolish slavery right away because it was something that they found useful. There were many slaves working in state houses in Pennsylvania at the time the Declaration of Independence was signed. Many families had slaves to do the cooking and cleaning in the northern states.
Most of them had slaves and were dependent on them. Incorrect. Only 3 of the 7 founding fathers were slave owners. There were 7 founding fathers of the US Constitution: Franklin, Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Jay, Madison, and Hamilton. 3 were slave owners (Washington, Jefferson, and Madison all from Virginia). 3 were not (Adams, Jay, and Hamilton) In fact they were adamantly against slavery. Franklin became an abolitionist after the Constitutional Convention in 1785 and freed both his slaves. The founding fathers from Virgina (later a confederate state) were pro-slavery. The others from New York or Massachusettes were against slavery. This initial philosophical contradiction during the founding of the US wasn't resolved until 80 years later during the US Civil War.
I think it depends on where the Founding Father is from. Some are from the southern states where slavery is a main part of money. Some are from the North where people strongly oppose slavery since they are all people in a way. Most of them were against slavery; however, a couple were very vehement about keeping slavery in the Declaration of Independence.
the founding fathers were against slave trade because they wanted America to be a free country and and for people to have rights no matter what color there skin is and what is a free world with slavery(a third world country)
Slavery, some were for it, others were against it. The pro slavery side won, until the Civil War settled the matter once and for all.
There were 74 delegates/founding fathers at the constitutional convention
Most of the founding fathers of the US where deists. not atheists.
Five Founding Fathers
who is the Founding Fathers
They made MANY. There was vigorous debate with a great deal of dis-agreement.