What is silent sabotage?


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I found a site about african slavery
Here's a relevant quote to shed some light:

"Lower-level resistance was both more widespread and more successful. This included "silent sabotage," or foot dragging, by slaves who pretended to be sick, feigned difficulty understanding instructions, and "accidentally" misused tools and animals."
So silent sabotage is a discreet way to rebel against the system - instead of everyone uniting to physically fight back, you can just do little things in your power to slow things down, make things difficult, be uncooperative in ways you can get away with.

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