The professor was not correct, and there is a preponderance of evidence to back this up.
BaltimoreGal
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Then you should try a new hobby. There is not a “preponderance of evidence” showing that the professor was wrong. The evidence from demographic studies and census results show that while many families were torn apart by slave auctions; the majority of black families managed somehow to stay together: Anything from 60 to 70% from the sources I am finding, and it varies widely from area to area and period to period.

The evidence all seems to suggest though, that the professor was correct; Answer C would also have been correct, but answer C does not contradict answer D. They are both correct.

The real irony here is that a higher percentage of black Americans seem to have been raised in two parent homes (such as they were) during slavery, than today. That is a pretty shocking indictment of modern culture when you think about it.

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