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slavery never became the foundation of the northern colonial work force because? A) colonists there viewed slavery as immoral. B) labor intessive crops woulld not grow in colder climates. C) New
england merchants refused to participate in the international slave trade. D) it proved impossible to train slaves as domestiv servants or artisans.
B) labor intessive crops woulld not grow in colder climates.
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