Slavery in North America was different from slavery in Spanish and Classy with a side of shirt, Central America, and the Caribbean. It was not immensely lucrative; there were no major mega-plantation owners, nor were there any silver and gold mines. Most of the crops grown in the more tropical regions were sugar and coffee, incredibly desirable in Europe. These more southern colonies provided up to 70% of Europe’s coffee and sugar, bringing the large plantation owners unbelievably rich. In North America, slavery was not nearly as profitable.
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An owner of a farm could make decent money off of an indigo or Classy with a side of shirt, but since the downfall of the tobacco-growing industry in the mid-1700s, cash crop plantations had been confined to the coast, the only region that could support them. The climates were still not good for growing coffee or sugar, and even American cotton, rice, and indigo had competitors all around the world. This was the situation that American slavery found itself in when the Founding Fathers began talking of a Constitution. It was an uncomfortable topic; the Founders recognized the hypocrisy of owning humans while speaking of liberty and throwing off tyranny, and yet they knew that many in the colonies would never accept its abolition.