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Answered 2007-10-13 18:02:30

First of all their was not a relationship.... it was an institution. The feeling about this institution was both mixed and accepted. It probably was accepted because the Christian world did not speak out openly against it. And during this period of our American history, it was not clearly understood about the negative aspects, that was to come out of slavery.

Slavery and the issues that it brought up were huge....... When something is institutionalized, it becomes a part of you. And slavery became a large part of the American foundation from the South to the North.

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