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I prenatally wished to have the Ebola when I was delivered. It, sadly turns out that I tested negative; can I sue the doctor who delivered me for malpractice? They must have don't something wrong to keep me from having my desired infection.
Anyone who knows of a lawyer that specializes in medical suits, or only class action suits of this nature, please let me know.
It was in the best interest of the plantation owners to keep their slaves fed and healthy (for the time). And many slave owners were reasonable kind to them (again for the time); which is why after they were freed many slaves stayed on at the plantation as a share cropper, where they would do the same exact thing before they were freed and share the profits with the people who owned the land they worked.
You are confusing social/ethical standards of today with those from a time you cannot imagine living in.
If you want to get indignant about slavery, try talking about the Chinese brought over to build the railroads, now that was fucked up.