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Published on Nov 29, 2010
The Triangle Trade is usually presented pretty badly in American History books. It doesn't make sense to call it "triangle trade" because in theory, it's a four-sided figure between England, Africa, the West Indies, and North America. But when we take into account where the prevailing winds blow, it becomes very clear just where people have to go, and why.... and how American smugglers were avoiding British taxation programs