What do the encomienda, mita, and debt peonage have in common?
A. They were all social systems of discriminating between various racial combinations found in Iberian colonies in South America B. They were all economic systems of providing labor for Spanish migrants seeking to make a living in the Iberian colonies of South America C. They were all part of the Spanish system of governing her New World colonies and were designed to enforce royal control of distant lands D. They were all part of the process of conversion among the indigenous peoples of South America to Roman Catholicism
Encomienda, mita and debt peonage are notable names. They were involved in the provision of labor. Historically, they were all economic systems and were employed for providing labor for the Spanish migrants. These migrants, in turn, were seeking to make a living in the Liberian colonies of south America.
They have played a prominent role and their value cannot be undermined or understated. The economic systems were essential for maintaining optimum conditions and for providing labor which was short in the region. There are other examples of people of different ethnicities being brought together for the purpose of labor all over the world.