Latin America and the Caribbean, while the use of foreign workers remained the same, the role of women changed from being confined to the home to working in factories, and the use of slave s changed from being the most popular labor force in Latin America to being completely abolish shed legally. Despite the passage of years, the use of foreign workers remained the same n Latin America and the Caribbean.
Though the use of foreign workers began as been less popular than slavery, it grew to become an alternative to slavery, and the foreign workers w ere continually treated better than slaves ever were. However, change did occur. The importance of slavery varied. At first slavery was the most popular labor force in Latin America and the Caribbean. This was the ca SE because slaves were cheap to keep and they could work in the demanding conditions and ha rd labor on the sugar plantations. Next, the role of slavery began to decline, because of the abolition n movements.
By he end of the period, the presence of slavery became almost nonexistent. The cough slavery became abolished in Latin America and the Caribbean, plantation owners keep t slaves illegally work on the sugar plantations. Another change that occurred in Latin America and the Caribbean in this Perl do was the role of women. At first female slaves were not preferred, because they were s en as being weaker than the males.