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What writing brought attention to slave life in the South during the mid-1800s? A. Of Mice and Men B. The Jungle C. Uncle Tom's Cabin D. The Plight of the Slave
Uncle Tom's Cabin brought attention to slave life in the South during the mid-1800's.
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Uncle Tom's Cabin brought attention to slave life in the South during the mid-1800's.
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