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The African Slave Trade was first exploited for. Philosophy in ancient Greece was merely a type of argument, until a pioneer named Socrates showed the world a new way of thinking. Socrates was born in 469 BC in Athens (where he live. is a place of hurt, heart, and change. Over the years.
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