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explain or give an example why slaves should not be beaten.
REMEMBER THINK LIKE A PERSON FROM 1815...

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    If they're beaten, they may get stubborn and not work as hard. Also, if they're badly hurt, they won't be able to work.

    Beating slaves or horses often backfires on you.

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    However, wouldn't they work harder because they do not want to be beaten anymore?

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    Some would, but some wouldn't.

    On the whole, people work much better for rewards than to avoid punishment.

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    That is true...

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