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Q: What was the popular euphemism for slavery in the South? A. the necessary institution B. the blessed institution C. the required institution D. the peculiar
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A: The peculiar institution was the popular euphemism for slavery in the South.
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User: What was the popular euphemism for slavery in the South? A. the necessary institution B. the blessed institution C. the required institution D. the peculiar institution

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The peculiar institution was the popular euphemism for slavery in the South.
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