Land & Labor Relations

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Land & Labor Relations

With more and more land acquired, the greater the demand for workers (slaves and laborers)

Land & Labor Relations

Professor Alexander Martin, review of Russia’s Age of Serfdom, 1649-1861 (Blackwell History of Russia), (review no. 736) accessed: 2 January, 2014"Slavery." Encyclopedia Britannica's Guide to Black History. Encyclopedia Britannica. Web. 2 Jan 2014. .

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Big nations (England, France, Holland, Spain) would conquer New World lands and implement work systems for the unused natural resources

From the 16th to 19th century in Russia, tsars bound peasants to serfdom. This form of work was very close to that of slavery.

Portugal was vital to the slave trade. It was the first country to introduce African slaves into the world market. This practice would last for centuries to come.



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