The Willie Lynch Letter And The Making of a Slave is a historical text attributed to Willie Lynch, a British slave owner in the West Indies who is said to have given a speech to American slave owners in 1712. The text outlines a strategy for controlling and subjugating slaves, and it has been widely circulated and debated in the centuries since its creation.
The text argues that by dividing slaves and creating rivalries between them, slave owners can more effectively control their labor and maintain their power. The text has been criticized for its racist and dehumanizing language, and some historians have questioned its authenticity.
Despite these criticisms, The Willie Lynch Letter And The Making of a Slave remains an important text in the history of American slavery and continues to be studied and debated by scholars and activists today.
"I have outlined a number of differences among the slaves, and I take these differences and make them bigger. I use fear, distrust, and envy for control purposes."
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