in a fully developed paragraph, evualate the rle of the trustees as a success or failure. explain your reasoning. @tbl

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the what of what?
the rule of the trustees
as a success or a failure. were talking about georgia lol

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oh geez lol do u know anyone on here that might..?
this is literally my last question i have to leave for volleyball practice in like 11 mins and it would take me forever to figure it out or i would !
I'm not very social I don't know nobody O
ill try !
EEK okay hold on I'll try. TRY I MUST FOR THE MADAM!
lol theres someone else veiwing maybe there smarter than me and can do it im stumped lol
What specific era are you talking about?
uhm one sec i will check idek
colonial right?
yes colonial
okay well what do you know about the trustees?
the paragraph doesnt even have to be well put together or anhthing my teacher is very easy and not alot i missed almost 3 weeks of school and havent really leanred anything about it, thats why ive been asking @tbl literally everything
okay well tbl what do you know about the trustees?
Guess I won't do the points anymore. Anyways, I think Isry's got it. I hope he does at least. If you ever need anymore help with anything, not just history hit me.
okay well are the trustees focusing on specifically Georgia or where are they wanting the focus?
From what I understand that's what their talkin bout yeh.
yes, and thank you i will for sure lol
Okay well the trustees essentially just wanted to carve out a piece of land for themselves which ended up being Georgia
really just sentences about the subject that i can quickly mash into a paragraph is fine !
England was cool with it because it would mean that they had a buffer between their more valuable colonies and Spain
The trusties did prohibit slavery however, which I think most people would agree is a good thing so its basically greed vs slavery and which one you think is worse
in my opinion slavery is probably worst
Yeah so then you can formulate your paragraph on that basis
okay thanks i have to go im leaving now thanks for the help tho i greatly appreciate it !
No problem let me know if you need anymore help with anything history wise

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