Slavery was present from American colonial times through the end of the Civil War. The principle reason for slavery in the United States was economic. Slavery provided a source of cheap and plentiful workers for labor-intensive agricultural activity. The agrarian South relied heavily on slave labor to work on plantations growing cotton, tobacco, and other crops. The eventual rise of mechanized farming would have ended the economic rationale for slave labor, but moral objections to slavery in the northern US crystalized by 1861 and were a major reason for the Civil War. Ending slavery became a political imperative for the North and keeping slavery was an economic need of the South.
Political slavery doesn't exist. Economic slavery does. One reason political slavery doesn't exist is the people in the government can change the government. Slaves are property and are owned by someone.
Yes - it was the root of the big political debate. No - it was not the reason that young men leapt into uniform.
Republican party opposed slavery
There is no justifiable reason for slavery to be legal.
Slavery, Political, and Democracy.
After the collapse of the Whig Party, a new political party the Republicans were formed. It's chief reason to organize itself into a new party was based on the opposition to slavery by its members. And like all political parties, there were differences among its members. Some were radicals regarding slavery, others like Abraham Lincoln were moderates.
it leaad by slavery and the govermant
There was slavery in the north for the same reason there was slavery in the south, that is to work at labourous jobs.