Did the American Republic of the XIXth century admit the slave system?
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It is necessary to understand the complexity and scope of the issue of slavery in the United States in order to understand its history until its abolition in 1865. The issue of slavery is not only crucial because of its relevance in history (the system has persisted between 1619 and 1865, nearly 250 years), but also essential for the consequences it had on the United States in the nineteenth century and afterwards. When drafting their Constitution in 1787, the United States wanted the freedom model. They lived in a regime with democratic principles and an ultra-egalitarian slave system. The study of events in the nineteenth century United States concerning slavery can thus refine the scope of that century, turning the history of the country. Indeed, while the first half of the nineteenth century was a period of considerable expansion of slavery, it is also one of its abolition.