Abolition of Slavery.

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American History

 

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Erin T

 

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December 17, 2012

 

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University

 

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The majority of Northerners didn't want slavery in their communities, but since the constitution stated that states may allow slavery, the north felt as though it wasn't their responsibility to fight it. People who advocated any kind of forced abolition in the states where slavery was legal were judged irresponsible...
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People who advocated any kind of forced abolition in the states where slavery was legal were judged irresponsible. Many leaders were scared to speak out against slavery for fear that they will lose the support of the people. John Quincy Adams was against slavery, but didn't make any public speeches against it...
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