[Solved] What Was the Lasting Effect That Slave Revolts Had on White

Question 66
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What was the lasting effect that slave revolts had on white Southerners?

A) Whites believed they could never be completely safe from slave revolts.
B) To white southerners, slave rebellions were trivial because they always ended in defeat for the slaves involved and did not result in white fatalities.
C) Local legal officials and white slaveowners banned slaves from participating in organized religious ceremonies or from listening to black preachers.
D) White slave owners began to make offers of manumission to larger numbers of slaves after Nat Turner's rebellion ended so that their slaves would stop organizing additional revolts.

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