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Are there still slaves in the United States south? I know legally they can not have slaves,?

but read the definition of the word "slave" and think about the south @KC: California is not considered part of the American South. Look it up in a history book, or even on wikipedia. Your answer made no sense, and you should not have even attempted to answer, because you are obviously retarded.

Asked By: - 9/29/2010
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There are slaves in every region of the United States, including the South, North, Midwest and Southwest, Pacific Northwest and West... More
Answered By: Veto R - 9/30/2010
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No, there are no legally held slaves anywhere in the US. YES, there ARE ILLEGALLY held slaves EVERYWHERE in the world. Including the south AND north of the US. And legal slaves still exist in many areas of the world.
Answered By: smile - 9/29/2010
 
Yes, there are illegally owned slaves all over the world, mostly sex slaves. It's actually San Francisco though, and not the South, that has the biggest operating slave trade in the US.
Answered By: Katelynn - 9/29/2010
 
actually yes there are An estimated 12 - 27 million people are caught in one or another form of slavery. Between 600,000 and 800,000 are trafficked internationally, with as many as 17,500 people trafficked into the United States. Nearly three out of every four victims are women. Half of modern-day slaves are children.
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Answered By: hotwheels122287 - 9/29/2010
 
I fail to see your point. What state are you talking about. California is considered a state in part the south, Texas, Florida. But I will mention this when ever I visit Miami or LA.
Answered By: KC - 9/29/2010
 
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