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Southern legislation, such As the Fugitive Slave Act was forced upon Northerner's, who greatly disagreed with the institution, but were mandated to comply or face the alternative option of breaking the law (F). Angered by such legislation, Abolitionist groups did jus that, and resisted the law by warning African Americans in the North of the possibilities of being deported to the South by local authorities and slave-catchers ( C )...
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Ralph Waldo Emerson explained the need to resist immoral laws such as the Fugitive Slave Act under the Compromise of 1850 (A) when he stated, "An immoral law makes it a man's duty to break it?the Union is at an end as soon as an immoral law is enacted" (D). William Lloyd Garrison also embodied the need to resist the immoral law of the Constitution when he exclaimed, "Three millions of the American people are crushed under the American Union! The Constitution which subject them [blacks] to hopeless bondage is one that we cannot swear to support" (E)...
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