Discuss-barbaric forms of punishment

The following argument gradually increase in difficulty. Use the method presented in this section to construct argument patterns. If a statement is redundant or plays no role in the argument, do not include it in the pattern.

1 Although Thomas Jefferson's contributions to the foundation of the country were profound,

2 as the master of Monticello, Jefferson was a monster.

3 Simultaneously with his writing the Declaration of Independence, which announced the self-evident truth that all men are created equal, he owned 175 slaves.

4 Clearly the man was a creepy hypocrite.

5 But Jefferson was 1 also cruel.

6 He sometimes punished slaves by selling them away from their family and friends, and

7 for slaves and free blacks who ran afoul of the law, he advocated harsh, almost barbaric forms of punishment.


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