American History

Why did slavery continue after the Revolution?
A. The colonial government encouraged manumission.

B. British, Loyalists, and Patriots all agreed that liberty did not extend to slaves.

C. The Southern plantation economy depended on slavery.

D. Slave labor was important to the New England economy.

I think it's C.

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