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*AWARDING MEDALS* 😊πŸ”₯πŸ’― How did the cotton gin lead to a rise in slavery? A) Growing cotton required many workers. B) The cotton gin made growing cotton less profitable. C) Demand for cotton in the North declined. D) The slave trade was legal for farm work only.

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  1. anonymous
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    A.

  2. anonymous
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    Are you sure? @cc_peach

  3. anonymous
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    yeah its A

  4. anonymous
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    its not a

  5. anonymous
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    The demand for cotton went up due to the fact that the cotton gin processed the cotton faster. This meant that the need for workers went up too. This caused slavery to rise also.

  6. anonymous
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    when am i going to get my medals

  7. anonymous
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    he is right

  8. anonymous
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    she and thanks

  9. anonymous
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    it is A

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