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Answered 2014-11-19 23:36:07

No, creating a law is one thing, enforcing it, quite another. The laws were made in an effort to improve the treatment of slaves, but the downside was that they weren't enforced. As a result, the condition of slaves didn't change under the Amelioration Acts.

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