Conditions for indentured servants in Virginia improved in the 1630s and 1640s because?
Question by Rachael S: Conditions for indentured servants in Virginia improved in the 1630s and 1640s because?
A. the Church of England put pressure on masters to give servants more time off from work.
B. the enslavement of local Indians allowed indentured servants to work as overseers rather than as laborers.
C. stable tobacco prices led to a lower demand for hard work and a greater opportunity to grow food.
D. King James intervened on their behalf by limiting their terms of service to three years.
Answer by Rags2Riches
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