In chapter 3 of the book Uncle Tom's Cabin what dangers does George see for his wife and son, even though they have a kind master?
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George tells Eliza that although her masters have been kind to her, that Harry will have a worse fate because he is male. Eliza, remembering the slave trader who came to visit Mr. Shelby, worries for her son's future as well as her husband's safety(George wants to run away to Canada). The couple part in tears, and Eliza reminds George to "be good" so that they may see one another in heaven.