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Before the uprising in Haiti, would Europeans have believed that a slave revolt on this scale was possible? Why or Why not?

I think yes, because well a similar thing happened in France as well, so from that they must have got a clue that they may also face it.

Okay, I need help with my answer, I am unable to explain what I want to say, thanks

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  1. You seemed to have answered this question adequately.

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  2. so, is it good? I wanted to add more, but I'm unable to.

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