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5 July, 10:42

In what way was the life of an indentured servant different from that of a slave?

a. A slave could be whipped for disobeying the master, but an indentured servant's punishment was less severe.

b. A master could work a slave almost to death; an indentured servant's workday was limited to 10 hours.

c. The indentured servant could leave their masters at any time by agreeing to work elsewhere and pay a fine to the master; a slave could buy his freedom only with the master's permission.

d. The servant worked for a set number of years and received a set of clothes, tools, and 50 acres of land afterward; a slave received nothing.

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  1. 5 July, 11:21
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    D The servant worked for a set number of years and received a set of clothes, tools, and 50 acres of land afterward; a slave received nothing.

    -Wallflower
  2. 5 July, 12:39
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    D. The servant worked for a set number of years and received a set of clothes, tools, and 50 acres of land afterward; a slave received nothing
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