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Essay heading: Nationalism and Sectionalism in the 1800's
 
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Issue: United States
Written by: Matt Motolko
Date added: July 1, 2009
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Under the leadership of Henry Clay, Congress managed to temporarily resolve the crisis with a series of agreements collectively called the Missouri Compromise. Maine was admitted as a free state and Missouri as a slave state, thus preserving the sectional balance in the Senate. The rest of the Louisiana Territory was split...
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The rest of the Louisiana Territory was split. The dividing line was set at 36 30` north latitude. South of the line slavery was legal. North of the line, except Missouri, slavery was banned. President Monroe signed the Missouri Compromise in 1820. For a generation, the problem of slavery in federal territories seemed settled...
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