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Is this statement social, political, or economic?

"The old former masters to do not allow us anything for our labor..."

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-MC

  • US History - ,

    ...to do...?

    I suspect the person is saying they did not get paid for working...as on Jiskha.

    We do it for love.

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    So it's economic?

    -MC

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    I would go with economic. However, many folks would see the strong social overtones first. I would go with economic. Slavery is first an economic system, as is indentured servitude, but a lot of folks would argue social system first.
    Go with economic, and prepare yourself to argue.

  • US History - ,

    I agree with Bob. The statement is primarily economic. Of course there's a strong correlation between all three, but the economic aspect is emphasized in that statement.

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    Thanks to both of you(:

    -MC

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