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 What cause the uncle toms cabin?

Answer harriet Beecher stowe Harriet Beecher Stowe was the author and she wrote it because she disliked slavery and wanted to show the world what slavery was really like!
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What impact did Uncle toms cabin have?

This best-seller dramatised the slavery issue and atracted many people to the Abolitionist cause, and to helping organise the Underground Railroad.
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How much money is the book Uncle toms cabin worth today?

It would depend entirely on what edition of the book you have. A 1st (1852) edition is probably worth somewhere between $100 and $500 dollars, depending on its condition.
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Why was uncle tom's cabin important?

Because it opened up Americans eyes in the north. The slave in this book tries to fun away and gets caught several times and finally they kill him. And most people just thought it was wrong.
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