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@Daily-Prescription The point was analyzing the parameters. Now if you want to get into ancillaries we can talk about quantifying how many were beaten to death by whites vs how many died on the ships that other Africans put them on vs. how many died of disease etc.. Without delving into the numbers, I'd surmise that the whites killing black slaves was the exception because of financial benefits they were attempting to exploit. I could be wrong.
All in all, your question was answered and proven to be indicative of a flawed premise.
@-Anteros- > I'd wager that a white farmer in the times of slavery would come to the same conclusion regarding life in Africa. In either case its an inhumane financial assessment.
Yeah except they were taken away from their families and beaten to their deaths.Totally see that.