Uncle Tom's Cabin

How were the light-skinned slaves superior to dark-skinned slaves and how are they treated differently than other slaves? Describe

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Generally light-skinned slaves were considered closer to whites and hence more desirable. They were often given more food and generally lived better than their dark-skinned counterparts.