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  • My viewpoint on the Economy is how people want to live. Most people wanted to work for their money and provide for their families as well as African-Americans wanting to be free.
  • Mr.North what is your viewpoint on the status of your Economy?
  • North (WXT, POP, AAW)
  • So Mr.South, what is your viewpoint on your Economy?
  • South
  • My honest viewpoint on the Economy is that us slave owners love to have agriculture apart of our economy and we love how much we produce by using our slaves as our labor force.
  • My viewpoint on religion was very strict seeing since majority of the population were puritans. They believed that one would have to do lots of good works in order to make it to heaven. So most of the decisions that were made were based off of religion.
  • Ok that was very informative, so now what's your view on religion?
  • North (CUS, GEO, MIG)
  • Mr.South, your view?
  • South
  • My viewpoint on religion wasn’t as strict as the north, most of the times we were out on the farm and had very little time for church, unlike their pansy self who never did real work. The main denominations were Baptists and Anglicans and education and churches weren’t as organized in the south as it was in the North.
  • Well of course our education was better than the South’s. By 1850 we already had elementary schools in a lot of places. Actually we established by the 1830s , our first one opened in 1821 in Boston. Private colleges were funded by churches and public ones were obviosuly paid by the government. Even though most women only went to elementary school we opened the first school aimed to teach women.
  • Ok Ok, that's enough Mr.South. Mr.North, how is your education?
  • North (NI)
  • And lastly, you Mr.South?
  • South
  • Ok Ok, That's enough. Thank y'all for the interview. Have a good day guys.
  • It’s true that we didn’t have a traditional public education to build on so we built our own.Actually only after the Civil War did we create state supported schools. We believed that education was our business and not the state’s business unlike the pansy North. Horace Mann was the state's mentor though and helped our people get a great education and created the first State Board of Education in Massachusetts in 1837.
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