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  1. Introduction
  2. The enslaving of the Europeans
  3. The author's argument
  4. The cultural values expressed by Piper
  5. Conclusion

The author defines racism to be ?the ideology of exclusion or separation of people because of the color of their skin.? This separation was very prominent during the transatlantic trade because so many countries, including those of Africa, were involved in racism, by engaging in slave trading.
One of the points that the author is trying to make is not a new phenomenon; it has been going on for centuries. The ironic thing is that those folk that were slave keepers, were to be enslaved themselves, though the two forms of slavery are incomparable. One form is the torturing of a human being, which was practiced by the Europeans, while the other form, a simpler and less brutal one, was practiced by the Africans.

[...] The author did not really address what exactly caused the slave trade to dissolve, and he did not really address the global conditions of slavery during a certain point in time. The questions that he raised for me were firstly, how did Liberia eventually form and who decided the country's borders, and secondly it would be more helpful to give an example of what happened to a specific family, rather than throwing a bunch of facts at the reader. The author's argument is convincing because he backs up most of the facts by referencing other works. [...]


[...] Transatlantic trade (Amos Beyan) The author defines racism to be ideology of exclusion or separation of people because of the color of their skin.? This separation was very prominent during the transatlantic trade because so many countries, including those of Africa, were involved in racism, by engaging in slave trading. One of the points that the author is trying to make is not a new phenomenon; it has been going on for centuries. The ironic thing is that those folk that were slave keepers, were to be enslaved themselves, though the two forms of slavery are incomparable. [...]

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