When was slavery abolished
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When was slavery abolished

Holiday Published 12/03/2020 17:56:50

When was slavery abolished

Slavery was banned throughout the United States on June 19, 1862. But states in the South have refused to comply with that ban. The schism between the northern and southern states, especially over slavery, eventually led to the American Civil War.

When the war resulted in the victory of the north in 1865, slavery in the United States was abolished altogether by the constitutional amendment. But discrimination against blacks continued in full violence for a long time. Even today, blacks are fighting for life in far worse conditions than whites. Perhaps the institution of slavery has been abolished, but for the nightmare of racism, a product of capitalism, to be erased from the world, capitalism needs to be sent to the dustbin of history.

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